Warriors Don’t Cry by Melba Pattillo Beals

A profound autobiographical account by Melba, who was one of the original nine black teenagers that became icons for the Civil Rights Movement in 1957, when they volunteered to attend the all white high school, where they faced fierce opposition. The author explores the concepts of racism, identity and justice and how powerful they can be.

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