THE SCHOOL IS NOT WHITE! :
A TRUE STORY OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
New York : Hyperion, 2005.
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in 1965, many schools in Mississippi were still segregated. What
that means is that black children and white children went to different
schools. A courageous family of African-Americans decided to take
advantage of the law that said all families had the right to choose which
school to attend. They decided that their children would go to an
all-white school. It wasn't easy. There were a lot of problems
to overcome but they were determined. This is their story.
African Americans -- Education.
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