One Million Men and Me

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On October 16, 1995, Black men of all ages, religions and backgrounds gathered at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. They were there on a mission – to mobilize and motivate, as part of what would become the largest event of its kind in U.S. history: the Million Man March. The Million Man March was a movement like no other. It brought together Black men who were committed to inspiring and empowering themselves and each other to make positive and lasting changes in their families and communities. The March ...
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On October 16, 1995, Black men of all ages, religions and backgrounds gathered at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. They were there on a mission – to mobilize and motivate, as part of what would become the largest event of its kind in U.S. history: the Million Man March. The Million Man March was a movement like no other. It brought together Black men who were committed to inspiring and empowering themselves and each other to make positive and lasting changes in their families and communities. The March was widely covered by news media across the country and the world. Now, this new picture book shares the story of the March in a new light: through the eyes of a little girl who was with her father the day Black men made history.
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K-Gr 2 Lyons relates the events of the 1995 Million Man March as told from the point of view of a girl who accompanies her father to Washington, DC, for the historic gathering. She begins, "My cousin, Omari, said no girls were allowed. But Daddy took me." The childlike observations are accompanied by deceptively simple color illustrations, outlined in black and reminiscent of a coloring book. The description of the faces as "a rainbow of chocolate, graham cracker brown and cream" is accompanied by a spread depicting men of different ages, dress styles, and color, but their expressions of pride and hope are the same. Ambush successfully varies the illustrations to include both warm close-ups of father and daughter and wider views of the speakers she sees while sitting on her dad's shoulders. An author's note includes additional historical facts about the march. This story might prove useful as an introduction to black history or to engage students' interest in social issues.-Carole Phillips, Greenacres Elementary School, Scarsdale, NY

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781933491073
  • Publisher: Just Us Books Inc
  • Publication date: 9/4/2007
  • Pages: 32
  • Sales rank: 996,505
  • Age range: 4 - 8 Years
  • Product dimensions: 9.10 (w) x 11.80 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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  • Posted December 20, 2009

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    A Must Have for School and Home Libraries

    History, a loving father-daughter-tale, and clean, crisp illustrations all wrapped up in one beautifully written story--that's what you get with Kelly Lyon Starling's One Million Men and Me. I was happy to see my local public library holding a few copies. In my opinion, this book about the 1995 Million Man March in Washington D.C. is a must-have for every school library collection and every young child's home.

    LaVora
    www.mlavoraperry.com

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