Remember: The Journey to School Integration

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 78 pages
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Toni Morrison has collected a treasure chest of archival photographs that depict the historical events surrounding school desegregation. These unforgettable images serve as the inspiration for Ms. Morrison’s text—a fictional account of the dialogue and emotions of the children who lived during the era of “separate but equal” schooling. Remember is a unique pictorial and narrative journey that introduces children to a watershed period in American history and its relevance to us today.
Remember will be published on the 50th anniversary of the groundbreaking Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court decision ending legal school segregation, handed down on May 17, 1954.
  

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The pictures in that book brought the feelings to life. - LibraryThing
Pictures and accounts from school integration. - LibraryThing
The words represented the pictures. - LibraryThing
The pictures say it all. - LibraryThing

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User Review  - Kbernard - LibraryThing

Loved the simplicity, yet powerful meaning of this book. The pictures give these voices a face that is everlasting. It's so important to remember how far we've come and treasure the people who paved the way. It's also important to never give up because the fight isn't over. Read full review

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User Review  - Hannah - Goodreads

I chose this text to expose my students to a text written by an acclaimed author--Toni Morrison. This book includes photographs rather than illustrations. Also, the way this book is written is very ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1893
Section 2
1914
Section 3
1927
Section 4
1931
Section 5
1934
Section 6
1956
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About the author (2004)

Toni Morrison is a master storyteller. Her groundbreaking novel Beloved won the 1988 Pulitzer Prize in fiction. In 1993 she became the first black woman to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature. Ms. Morrison is currently the Robert F. Goheen Professor of Humanities at Princeton University. Remember is her first historical work for young people.

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