We've got a job : the 1963 Birmingham Children's March / Cynthia Levinson.
1 current hold with 10 total copies.
Summary:Discusses the events of the 4,000 African American students who marched to jail to secure their freedom in May 1963.
|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Circulation Modifier||Age Hold Protection||Active/Create Date||Status||Due Date|
|Lake County Main Library - Lakeview||YA 323.1196073 LEVINSON (Text)||37620000789703||Young Adult Non-Fiction||Book||None||12/27/2013||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781561456277 (hc)
- ISBN: 1561456276 (hc)
- Physical Description: 176 pages : illustrations, map ; 25 cm.
- Publisher: Atlanta, Ga. : Peachtree Publishers, 
- Copyright: ©2012.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 170-171) and index.
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"I want to go to jail" -- Audrey Faye Hendricks: "There wasn't a bombing that I wasn't at." -- Washington Booker III: "I was too rambunctious to be a little black kid in the South. That put me in a position to be killed." -- James W. Stewart: "No. I am not going to be confined." -- Arnetta Streeter: "We needed to do something right then." -- Collision course: "We shall march until victory is won." -- Project C: "Overwhelmed by a feeling of hopelessness" -- The foot soldiers: "We got to use what we got." -- May 2. D-Day: "They're coming out!" -- May 3. Double D-Day: You wondered how people could be so cruel." -- Views from other sides: What were they thinking? -- May 4-6, 1963: "Deliver us from evil." -- May 7-10, 1963: "Nothing was said...about the children." -- May 11-May 23: It was the worst of times. It was the best of times." -- Freedom and fury: The walls fall down. -- Afterworld.
Discusses the events of the 4,000 African American students who marched to jail to secure their freedom in May 1963.