Images of Struggle and Triumph: Using Picture Books to Teach about the Civil Rights Movement in the Secondary Classroom
Colored men and women traded in the five and dime all the time. They kept money in the bank and on some Saturdays were allowed to sit in the balcony of the theater to watch a movie. This all seemed normal to me. It’s true that they couldn’t drink out of the same water fountain as white folks or eat in the same coffee shop. They had to wait to be served in the stores until white folk had been served, but that’s just the way things were.
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Social Education, v. 72, no. 4, p. 177-180
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Wilkins, Karen H.; Sheffield, Caroline C.; Ford, Martha B.; and Cruz, Bárbara C., "Images of Struggle and Triumph: Using Picture Books to Teach about the Civil Rights Movement in the Secondary Classroom" (2008). Social Science Education Faculty Publications. 70.