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Free download Fighter in Velvet Gloves ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ð “No Natives or Dogs Allowed” blared the storefront sign at Elizabeth Peratrovich then a young Alaska Native Tlingit The sting of those words would stay with her all her life Years later after becoming a seasoned fighter for euality sAtion Today Alaska celebrates Elizabeth Peratrovich Day every February 16 and she will be honored on the gold one dollar coin in 2020 Annie Boochever worked with Elizabeth’s eldest son Roy Peratrovich Jr to bring Elizabeth’s story to life in the first book written for young teens on this remarkable Alaska Native wom. This book is written for YA but anyone could benefit from reading it It tells the interesting story of the fight for eual rights in Alaska that I believe was important for the Lower 48 as well I wish every school had a copy of this book for students to read

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“No Natives or Dogs Allowed” blared the storefront sign at Elizabeth Peratrovich then a young Alaska Native Tlingit The sting of those words would stay with her all her life Years later after becoming a seasoned fighter for euality she would deliver her own powerful message one that helped change Alaska and the nati. A very short read that will inspire anyone to look deeper into the story of Elizabeth her family I would have loved to read 60 pages about her

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Fighter in Velvet GlovesOn forever In 1945 Peratrovich stood before the Alaska Territorial Legislative Session and gave a powerful speech about her childhood and her experiences being treated as a second class citizen Her heartfelt testimony led to the passing of the landmark Alaska Anti Discrimination Act America’s first civil rights legisl. This is categorized as YA but in my opinion comes across as middle grade Peratrovich was a remarkable person who led one of the earliest fights for eual rights in our country This does a lovely job of describing the circumstances and historical facts surrounding her address to the territorial government regarding humanity