The Split History of the Civil Rights Movement
In the 1950s, the segregation of blacks and whites had been a way of life for many years. However, many believed the treatment to be unfair, and campaigned for equal rights. This angered people in favor of segregation, and violence often followed. Discover the story of both sides with this unique book, featuring 5 chapters written from the perspective of the Activists, and 5 chapters written from the perspective of the Segregationists. 64 pages, paperback. For ages 10 and up.