Kathleen Y. Robinson
Many Chicago business icons come to mind in remembrance of the Great Migration’s 100th year Anniversary. Our featured author, Kathleen Y. Robinson chronicles her family’s journey as part of the great migration in her book, The Store. Kathleen provides a revealing insider view of a proud family with strong southern roots and life with her husband Warren, doing business inside and outside of Rob’s.
Her story’s roots began in Mississippi and Tennessee. Cities like Memphis provided a starting point for several million people who journeyed from the south to the north seeking a better life. This was the heart of that generation’s mindset, a time when ‘failure was not an option’ and legacy continued.
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