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A Mighty Long Way: My Journey to Justice at Little Rock Central High School

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 14, 2012

    You dont know me as whitenight tha cat slowy fades into the darkness... whitefire says goodby

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 15, 2012

    She stands, eyes filling with tears. "I never stopd loving you, but youre right. I never made anyone happy. Ind thays why Im gone, nobody liked me."

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  • Posted October 3, 2011

    Great book!

    The author's descriptions of the events that happened transported me through time as if I was experiencing it myself. The verbal abuse and sneaky attacks in the halls of Central High School mirror some of the bullying that still happens today in America's schools. It is disturbing at times. In order to appreciate the present times, we must take a look at the past no matter how disturbing it was. I highly recommend this book!

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  • Posted September 14, 2011

    Excellent Primary Source on Integration

    This book tells the first hand account of one of the Little Rock Nine African Americans who were the first to integrate Central High School in downtown Little Rock, Arkansas. This account is riveting, emotional, and very powerful in describing the trauma these students faced as they became historical figures in the civil rights movement. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who wants a personal account of this historical event!

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