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Tales From the Troubled South: Civil Rights in Alabama

Tales From the Troubled South: Civil Rights in Alabama
Tales From the Troubled South: Civil Rights in Alabama
Tales From the Troubled South: Civil Rights in Alabama
Tales From the Troubled South: Civil Rights in Alabama
Tales From the Troubled South: Civil Rights in Alabama
Tales From the Troubled South: Civil Rights in Alabama
Tales From the Troubled South: Civil Rights in Alabama
Tales From the Troubled South: Civil Rights in Alabama
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If you are teaching a unit on Civil Rights, in or out of Alabama, this informative book will be of great value. It is written to introduce highschoolers to the highlights of the Civil Rights Movement across the state of Alabama: The Montgomery Bus Boycott, the "Scottsboro Boys", the Selma to Montgomery March, the bombing of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church and many more important events all took place within the borders of Alabama. It also introduces them to some of the people who participated in the marches, the boycotts, and more: Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth, Martin Luther King, Jr, Rosa Parks, and others.

This is not an encyclopedic look at the topic, but is meant to be an introduction to those in and out of Alabama to some of these important Cilvil Rights moments.
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