This rousing audio collection on historical marches led by children and teenagers proves that no one is too young to make change. Narrators Zeno Robinson, Sol Madariaga, and Janina Edwards depict each glimpse of activism in a conversational tone. From children demanding a shorter work week in the March of the Mill Children of 1903 to Chicano students demanding an equal education in the East L.A. Walkouts of 1968 to the more recent George Floyd protests against police brutality, kids prove more than capable of discerning injustices in their lives. The narrators' commanding performances echo the many voices of discontent that continue to inspire young people to make a difference. A.K.R. © AudioFile 2021, Portland, Maine [Published: MAY 2021]
Digital Download Workman Publishing 2021
DD ISBN $13.97
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