Freedom's children : : young civil rights activists tell their own stories

Title Freedom's children : : young civil rights activists tell their own stories
Names Levine, Ellen.
Book Number BR009686
Title Status Active
Medium Braille
Annotation The words of participants in landmark civil rights struggles recreate their experiences. African Americans who were children or teens at the time share memories of segregation, of the Montgomery Bus Boycott, of integrating the schools, of "Bloody Sunday," and of sit-ins, freedom rides, and voter registration drives. For grades 6-9 and older readers.
Local Subject Juvenile Book - JU
Juvenile Non-Fiction - JN
Young Adult Book - YA
Short Book - SH
Sports & Recreation - SPO
History - HST
Young Adult Non-Fiction - YN
Black Interest - BLK
History, United States - HUS
Politics and Government - POL
Audience Notes For grades 6-9.
LC Subject African Americans - Civil rights - Juvenile literature
Civil rights movements - United States - History - 20th century - Juvenile literature
African Americans - Interviews - Juvenile literature
Civil rights workers - United States - Interviews - Juvenile literature
Race relations - Juvenile literature
Call Number j973.0496073 JNF
Language English
Released 1993
Publication Info Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, 1993 (Braille International, Inc., transcribing agency. Braille International, Inc., distributor)
Original Publication Transcription of: New York : Putnam, c1993.
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