|aTwelve days in May |bFreedom Ride 1961 |cLarry Dane Brimner.
|aHonesdale, Pa. |bCalkins Creek|cc2017.
|a111 p. |bill. |c26 cm.
|aFor twelve history-making days in May 1961, thirteen black and white civil rights activists, also known as the Freedom Riders, traveled by bus into the South to draw attention to the unconstitutional segregation still taking place. Despite their peaceful protests, the Freedom Riders were met with increasing violence the further south they traveled.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 98-100) and index.
|aFreedom Rides, 1961|vJuvenile literature.
|aCivil rights movements|zSouthern States|xHistory|y20th century|vJuvenile literature.
|aCivil rights workers|zUnited States|vBiography|vJuvenile literature.
|aAfrican American civil rights workers|vBiography|vJuvenile literature.
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