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Freedom on the Menu: The Greensboro Sit-Ins

It can sometimes be difficult for modern-day American children to understand segregation, but this book, narrated by an eight-year-old girl living during that time, helps to explain this difficult topic. Connie wants to have an ice cream at a counter at a store, but she’s not allowed to because it’s for whites only. Inspired by this event and the unfairness she sees, Connie helps her brother and sister make signs for a Civil Rights protest. Children are sure to be moved by Connie’s struggle and by her desire to be treated just like everyone else.

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Weight0.5 kg
Dimensions56 × 23 × 27 cm
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SKU: 37-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Category: Tags: ,
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