The 1930's mark a significant period in African American history. A generation left behind their past of slavery and share cropping in the South. They headed North for a more self-determined future in manufacturing and industrial work. The courageous movement from South to North of one generation greatly impacted the African American community. The foundation for a better future was constructed through the Great Migration. A Greater Migration is about the need for another African American generation to set themselves in motion. This book calls upon privileged individuals to migrate back to live in poor African American neighborhoods. Contemporary oppressive forces have trapped the African American community in America's underclass. The tools to free this community lie within the privilege some African Americans possess. With these tools thriving African American neighborhoods can be created. Placing the African American community above current and future oppression.