This deliberate and detail-oriented book focuses on the tremendous efforts made by the civil rights workers to end segregation in Birmingham, AL, and the impact of their actions on American views of race relations.
Lessons & Activities
Black History, Alabama, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, nonviolent, segregation, twentieth century, 20th century, nonviolence, African-American history, education, civil rights, desegregation, NAACP, 1900s, black history month, racism
Most distinguished American picture book for children (annually).
Most distinguished contribution to American literature for children (annually).
Distinguished books by authors and illustrators of African descent which
promote an understanding and appreciation of the American dream
Outstanding examples of text, illustration, fiction and nonfiction (four awards annually).
Outstanding work of historical fiction published by a U.S. publisher set in the New World.
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