A Day of Pride emphasizes this message: that everyone deserves to love, be loved, and be themselves. Told through simple, rhyming couplets, the story itself is about inclusiveness, acceptance, and joy.
Browsing: Civil Rights
Writing Boycotts, Strikes, and Marches during such a turbulent time brought home to me the Civil Rights Era’s realities like nothing else.
We Are Not Yet Equal directly engages the passion and enthusiasm demonstrated by so many young people in the past few years.
The Making of America: Susan B. Anthony is a volume likely to be valuable to any young person’s investigation of American history and civil rights.
Hendrix pays full due to the intelligence of his audience, trusting them with the skill to interpret three-dimensional issues, and the result is a presentation of history that is vivid and engaging. A must for any history lover!
Boots on the Ground offers young people a taste of historical documentary that feels relevant and fresh in the modern world.
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From acclaimed author Patricia Hruby Powell comes the story of a landmark civil rights case, told in spare and gorgeous verse.
Which five words best describe Lillian’s Right to Vote: A Celebration of the Voting Rights Act of 1965?
America’s racist history surrounds us.
Set in the 1950s during the infamous days of Jim Crow, New Shoes is a story of an African American girl who comes up with a brilliant idea to remedy the far-too-often degrading experience of buying shoes, especially for back-to-school.