Celebrate justice, equality, and the power of peaceful protests while learning about the life of civil rights activist and spokesperson Clara Luper. A dedicated teacher, Luper was instrumental in the desegregation movement in Oklahoma City in the 1950s, organizing sit-ins for students at local diners and neighborhood stores. Inspirational quotes, photographs, and colorful illustrations demonstrate the timeless principles of nonviolent resistance and the importance of standing up—or sitting down—for what you believe in.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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