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She Would Not Be Moved: How We Tell the Story of Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott
Herbert Kohl (au); Marian Wright Edelman (in); Cynthia Brown (au)
Dispels the widely believed myth that Rosa Parks was simply a poor, uneducated seamstress who acted on impulse and emotion rather than with intelligence and moral conviction. This retelling underscores the role of the wider African American community, and the planning and forethought critical to the civil rights -- and all social -- movements. Here, Kohl has expanded and updated his groundbreaking discussion and added a number of complementary pieces. Includes an original essay on civil rights activists Septima Clark, Virginia Durr, and Rosa Parks; an extensive teacherís resource guide; and an explanation on how to evaluate textbooks written for young people about this period. Photos.
Mammoth Book of Cats: A Collection of Stories, Verse & Prose
History of the New York Central System
My Father, My Self: Understanding Dadís Influence on Your Life
American Vegetarian Resource Directory: Some Signposts on the Journey Towards a Healthier, More Ethically & Environmentally Balanced Lifestyle
Japanese Experience: A Short History of Japan
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