FREE READ Û The Teachers March

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FREE READ Û The Teachers March Í Demonstrating the power of protest and standing up for a just cause here is an exciting tribute to the educators who participated in the 1965 Selma Teachers' March featuring evocative illustrations and eyewitness testimoniesReverend FD Reese was a leader of the Voting Rights Movement in Selma Alabama As a teacher and Demonstrating the power of protest and standing up for a just cause here is an exciting tribute to the educators who participated in the 1965 Selma Teachers' March featuring evocative illustrations and eyewitness testimoniesReverend FD Reese was a leader of the Voting Rights Movement in Selma Alabama A. Show up and show out Reverend Reese preaches and show up they do when the teachers march This would be great paired with Let the Children March and a deep dive into Selma the parallels between the time of segregation the peaceful protests of that time and the peaceful protests of now and how the media skews them This could also be tied to a discussion of voters rights voting tests could you tell me how many drops of water are in the Alabama River government and the importance of not only voting but voting in your own communities at the local level As well as understanding the platforms and bias of local candidates that will directly effect community needs and services like schools public transportation police presence or lack of fire department services public libraries park districts and

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S a teacher and principal he recognized that his colleagues were viewed with great respect in the city Could he convince them to risk their jobs and perhaps their lives by organizing a teachers only march to the county courthouse to demand their right to vote On January 22 1965 the black teachers left. I received an electronic ARC from Calkins Creek from EdelweissNeil Wallace shares the story of the Teachers March in 1965 Selma Rev Frederick Douglas Reede organized the teachers to march to the courthouse to protest for voting rights It was the first time professionals marched together and moved the cause significantly forward The descriptive language works for upper elementary level readers Soft focused illustrations provide a gentle light to the intensity of the subject matter Informative text timeline and bibliography are included at the end of the book

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The Teachers MarchTheir classrooms and did just that with Reverend Reese leading the way Noted nonfiction authors Sandra Neil Wallace and Rich Wallace conducted the last interviews with Reverend Reese before his death in 2018 and interviewed several teachers and their family members in order to tell this important story. The Teachers March tells the story of the 1965 Teachers March for Black voting rights in Selma Alabama It is an excellent addition to a classroom or home library to teach about social justice civil rights and Black history With simple text and colorful illustrations it is a book that can spur a discussion about the 2020 election and Black Lives Matter movement as well ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Advanced readers copy provided courtesy of #netgalley in exchange for an honest review