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Ralph David Abernathy: Civil Rights Crusader (345) (1000 Readers)

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Explore the inspiring life of Ralph David Abernathy in "Ralph David Abernathy: Civil Rights Crusader (345) (1000 Readers)," a captivating biography tailored for elementary-school readers. Published on April 25, 2012, this book delves into the remarkable journey of a Baptist minister who stood at the forefront of the civil rights movement alongside his close friend, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. From organizing the pivotal Montgomery bus boycott to navigating the challenges of growing up with eleven siblings, Abernathy's story is a testament to the power of resilience and dedication in the quest for racial justice. The narrative not only highlights his significant contributions and personal hardships but also underscores the importance of family, education, and civic responsibility. This engaging and educational book is an excellent resource for teaching young readers about the impact of responsible decision-making and perseverance in overcoming social obstacles and achieving great success. Engage with the legacy of a true hero and reflect on how you can contribute to continuing the fight for equality and justice.
Published by Gallopade International on April 25, 2012
13 pages
ISBN: 9780635103109
Best for readers in Elementary School
This book provides valuable insights into Racial Justice , highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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