Civil Rights Movement: History for kids: America's Civil Rights Years, 1954-1965 (Paperback)
Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
The beginning of the Civil Rights Movement can be traced back to slavery and the Civil War.
The Thirteenth Amendment of the Constitution gave African Americans freedom by abolishing slavery, but racism was still rampant in the country. People lived in oppression for a century before the tide began to change, due to people raising their voices, speaking out, writing important pieces of literature, and creating change in America. The American Civil Rights Movement was a fight against centuries of oppression that covered the economic, cultural, and political realms of society. Let Dinobibi guide you through a discovery of the American Civil Rights movement and uncover the amazing people who led the important protests, marches, sit-ins, and speeches.
We must not forget the sacrifices of our ancestors, who worked so hard to ensure we have an environment that allows us to live with dignity and respect.