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542033
Ride to remember : a civil rights story by Langley, Sharon 

BTSB Prebound(Abrams Books for Young Readers, 2020)

BTSB #: 542033 Available

Dewey: 305.8009/BAges: 6-9   
AR: 4.5 LG

Subjects: Langley, Sharon,|d1963- African American girls - Maryland - Baltimore - Biography Merry-go-round African Americans - Civil rights - Maryland - Biography Amusement parks - Maryland - Woodlawn - History|y20th century African Americans - Civil rights - Maryland - History|y20th century Civil rights movements - Maryland - History|y20th century Gwynn Oak Park (Woodlawn, Md.) - History Gwynn Oak (Baltimore, Md.) - Race relations Maryland - Race relations


Summary: An amusement park in Maryland became desegregated in 1963 after a community of black and white residents came together to make the change. Sharon and her parents were the first African American family to walk into the park, and Sharon was the first African American child to ride the merry-go-round on the same day of Martin Luther King Jr.'s March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.


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