Fight On!

Fight On!

Mary Church Terrell's Battle for Integration

Book - 2003
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Profiles the first black Washington, D.C. Board of Education member, who helped to found the NAACP and organized of pickets and boycotts that led to the 1953 Supreme Court decision to integrate D.C. area restaurants.
Publisher: New York : Clarion Books, 2003.
ISBN: 9780618133499
0618133496
Characteristics: 181 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Additional Contributors: Fradin, Judith Bloom
Contents: Mary Church Terrell's family tree
Who was Mary Church Terrell?
A bowl of soup
Bob Church's daughter
"Hold high the banner of my race"
"I am a colored girl"
"The welfare of my race"
Mr. Terrell "goes to Church"
"Lifting as we climb"
"I have done so little"
A "meddler"
"I intend never to grow old"
"Your indomitable spirit"
"Fight on"
"Your long and valiant struggle"
Afterword: "Those who will follow after you."
Summary: Profiles the first black Washington, D.C. Board of Education member, who helped to found the NAACP and organized of pickets and boycotts that led to the 1953 Supreme Court decision to integrate D.C. area restaurants.

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