Marching to the mountaintop how poverty, labor fights, and civil rights set the stage for Martin Luther King, Jr.'s final hours

Title Marching to the mountaintop how poverty, labor fights, and civil rights set the stage for Martin Luther King, Jr.'s final hours
Names Bausum, Ann.
Book Number DB075003
Title Status Active
Medium Digital Book
Annotation Recounts the 1968 sanitation worker's strike in Memphis, Tennessee, that was sparked by low wages, unsafe working conditions, and a racially charged climate. Discusses Martin Luther King Jr.'s involvement with the movement and his assassination. For grades 6-9. 2012.
Narrator Haag, John.
Local Subject Young Adult Book - YA
Young Adult Non-Fiction - YN
History, United States - HUS
Juvenile Book - JU
History - HST
Juvenile Non-Fiction - JN
Audience Notes Male narrator.
For grades 6-9.
LC Subject African Americans - Tennessee - Memphis - Social conditions - 20th century - Juvenile literature
Labor movement - Tennessee - Memphis - History - 20th century - Juvenile literature
Sanitation Workers Strike, Memphis, Tenn., 1968 - Juvenile literature
Memphis (Tenn.) - Race relations - History - 20th century - Juvenile literature
Call Number j323.092 B JNF
Language English
Released 2012
Publication Info Washington, D.C. : National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress, 2012 (Talking Book Publishers, recording studio)
Original Publication Recorded from: 1st ed. Washington, D.C. : National Geographic, 2012. 9781426309397
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