In 1943 Sara and Ben Jameson moved their young family from the Southside of Chicago to Berkeley, California dreaming of a better life. What they dreamed of and what they found were worlds apart. In Berkeley, they were greeted with segregated housing, separate but unequal schooling and limited opportunity for employment. Unwelcome in other parts of town, they had within their all-Black working-class neighborhood all of the services they needed; family doctor, pharmacist, grocer, cleaner, cobbler, milliner, hairdressers, barbers, great friends and neighbors. Theirs is a story of struggle, triumph and joy. $0.99 to $2.99 on Kindle.