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Cracking the wall: the struggles of the Little Rock Nine

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In 1957, nine teenagers were chosen to be the first black students to attend all-white Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas. A small group of people in Little Rock, including the governor of Arkansas, wanted to keep them out. But those nine students knew they had a right to a good education. And they would do anything to crack the wall that had kept black people and white people apart.
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9780761358411
9781575052274
9780876149904
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Lexile measure:
540L
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subject_facetAfrican American students -- Arkansas -- Little Rock -- History -- 20th century -- Juvenile literature
African Americans -- Civil rights -- History
Arkansas -- Race relations
Central High School (Little Rock, Ark.) -- History -- Juvenile literature
Electronic books
Little Rock (Ark.) -- Race relations
Little Rock (Ark.) -- Race relations -- Juvenile literature
School integration -- Arkansas -- History
School integration -- Arkansas -- Little Rock -- History -- 20th century -- Juvenile literature
title_displayCracking the wall : the struggles of the Little Rock Nine
title_fullCracking the wall : the struggles of the Little Rock Nine / by Eileen Lucas ; illustrated by Mark Anthony
Cracking the wall : the struggles of the Little Rock Nine [electronic resource] Lucas, Eileen.
title_shortCracking the wall
title_subthe struggles of the Little Rock Nine
topic_facetAfrican American students
African Americans
Civil rights
Electronic books
History
Race relations
School integration