Ronnie Houston refused to look up.As a tornado tore through his house Sunday in Joplin, Mo., Houston was crammed into his bathtub, holding tight to his wife and their granddaughter."I didn't see anything," Houston says. "I was just praying and kept my eyes shut."
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Roughly 6 million blacks migrated north during the 20th century, fleeing racial hatred in the South and seeking good jobs in places like Chicago, Detroit and Milwaukee. Now, many blacks are returning to the South — and especially to Georgia.According to the U.S.
People across the country woke up Monday morning to a harrowing video posted on YouTube and shown on cable news shows.The person who posted it online says he filmed it in a convenience store, where people were taking shelter as a devastating tornado descended on the town of Joplin, Mo.