By Robert H. Mayer
Referred to because the "most segregated urban in America," Birmingham, Alabama, turned a hotbed for civil rights job within the early Nineteen Sixties. nice African-American leaders, together with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth, helped lead the civil rights circulation within the urban. In Birmingham, African-American early life marched, sang, and spoke out opposed to segregation. even though they confronted police canines and fireplace hoses, they provided non-violent resistance and didn't back off. whilst the kids MARCHED explores the civil rights leaders who geared up the circulation and the courageous young children and youths on the center of the struggle.