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In the April issue, we look closely at an event in the civil rights movement that helped to end all that: the Freedom Rides of 1961. Meet the key people who tried to peacefully enact change even while they endured cursing, arrest, and vicious beatings just for getting on a bus. See how music gave them hope. Gain insight into what the federal government was thinking during these rides for freedom.
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Harney ESD Resource Center 323.11960736 COBBLE (Text) 37766000189574 Nonfiction None 09/22/2017 Available -

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  • Physical Description: 49p.:
  • Publisher: Peterborough, NH: Cobblestone Publishing Inc., 2008.

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In the April issue, we look closely at an event in the civil rights movement that helped to end all that: the Freedom Rides of 1961. Meet the key people who tried to peacefully enact change even while they endured cursing, arrest, and vicious beatings just for getting on a bus. See how music gave them hope. Gain insight into what the federal government was thinking during these rides for freedom.
Target Audience Note:
Grade 3-6
Subject: Civil rights movement > United States History
African Americans > Civil rights
Freedom
United States > History > 1961-1974

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