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Children of the Movement

This book is about Bob Moses
In "Children of the Movement," delve deep into the personal sagas of 24 adults who were children of key figures from the civil rights era. This poignant collection, published on June 1, 2004, brings to light the diverse experiences of those who grew up shadowed by the immense achievements and profound struggles of their parents. From the offspring of iconic leaders like Martin Luther King Jr. to those of segregationists such as George Wallace, the book explores the complex legacies of these figures. Stories range from a daughter of a racist governor who becomes a teacher in an all-black school, to a son who confronts his mother's killer, offering a spectrum of perspectives on racial justice. Ideal for middle-school readers, this book not only uncovers the personal costs of public battles but also prompts young readers to reflect on how the past shapes the ongoing fight for equality and justice.
Published by Lawrence Hill Books on June 1, 2004
272 pages
ISBN: 9781556525377
Best for readers in Middle School
This book provides valuable insights into Racial Justice , highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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