Our history shows that migration is a major national issue that remains linked to race and ethnicity.  Emphasis will be placed on the segregationist-initiated “Reverse Freedom Rides” during the 1960s as well as the movement of African-Americans to northern cities to find work and avoid the impact of segregation and discrimination in the South.  We’ll also take a look at the movement of people from Mexico, Central America and the northern tier of South America.   In 2022, the governors of Texas and Florida bussed Venezuelans and others to DC, NY, Chicago, and Massachusetts.  How do these events in history parallel and illuminate each other?