By Alison Inches, Tom Mangano
Dora and Boots are headed to outer area! they will aid their alien associates come back domestic to the crimson Planet. Readers will help Dora through the use of the stickers to discover the best way throughout the starry sky!
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Segregated Birmingham It was Birmingham, Alabama, in 1956. Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth, an African-American minister and civil rights leader, had upset many in the white community by pushing to integrate the public buses in Birmingham as Dr. , had recently done in Montgomery, Alabama. Shuttlesworth had been threatening to bring King’s successful campaign to town. In the days after Christmas, members of the black community had planned to sit in the whites-only sections of Birmingham buses. They wanted to challenge the city laws that reserved the front seating area for whites and the back of the bus for blacks.
In Greensboro, North Carolina, four young African-American college students sat in at a lunch counter not open to blacks and awakened the spirit of other young people ready to fight for change. One major civil rights event, the Freedom Rides, actually made its way into Birmingham. , on May 4, 1961. The Riders wanted to force officials throughout the South to integrate interstate transportation facilities. When they stopped at stations, black riders would use waiting rooms, lunch counters, and bathrooms reserved for whites.
10 Blacks had to sit behind the sign. When more and more whites got on, blacks had to give up their seats toward the front as the sign was moved farther back. The situation in town provoked curiosity in some. Larry Russell remembered that as a child he wondered about the taste of “white” water from a “white” drinking fountain. Was it different from “colored” water? One day he and a friend stayed in J. J. Newberry’s, a local department store, until closing. They snuck a drink from the “white” fountain and discovered there was no difference between the two.