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Identity and adulthood by Sudhir Kakar

Identity and adulthood

by Sudhir Kakar

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Important changes to prevailing views never come easily. It's only because of the hard work of the inspirational leaders of the Civil Rights Movement that change came to the United States, and people began to see that all people should be treated equally. This insightful series explores the lives of some of these important leaders, including Thurgood Marshall, and Martin Luther King Jr., and Malcolm X. Through engaging narratives, fast fact boxes, timelines, and stirring photographs, readers will learn about the early life of each person and important civil rights events that shaped the nation.• Timeline highlights key historical events• Fact boxes offer more information and fascinating facts• Historical information enhances what readers learn in school• Table of Contents, Glossary, and Index guide readers in learning to navigate books• Suggested books and Websites offer additional learning opportunities… (more)



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