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Series: Girls Survive
Essie believes that Black people should be allowed to vote, and she's willing to march. On Sunday, March 7, 1965, she joins the protesters. But as the 600 marchers approach the Edmund Pettis bridge in Selma, they are stopped by state troopers. Can Essie survive the fight for voting rights?
Character 2: -
Pub Date: N
Size: 7.5 x 5.25
Interest Grade: 3-7
Reading Level: -
Penworthy Release: 09-2023
Item #: 105997
Available : 54
Historical Fiction, Adventure, Survival, Civil Rights, Selma , Alabama, 1965, March, Writing Prompts, Discussion Questions
Lang/Lit, Chapter, Fiction, Girls Survive, Glossary, Illustrations, Nonfiction Backmatter, Stone Arch, Capstone Press