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In Birmingham, Alabama in 1963, thousands of children marched in the streets after hearing Dr. Martin Luther King speak. They wanted to protest the way Black people were kept separate from white people. Even though it was dangerous and scary, these kids knew it was important so use their voices to change the world. This book is written as a poem and beautifully illustrated.
Even though your voice is small, you can make a huge impact! Especially because most of the time, grown ups are listening... kid honesty is a special kind of honesty, not to be taken lightly.