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Ruby Bridges- by Jayda Blueford
Transcript of Ruby Bridges- by Jayda Blueford
Ruby bridges- rub'ys story. (n.d.). Retrieved from www.palmbeach.k12.fl.us/rooseveltms/potfolio/cav_blk5/hillary_w/bio.htm
Ruby bridges timeline. (n.d.). Retrieved from www.timetoast.com Acrostic Poem Respectful to others
Under extreme pressure
Young believer of civil rights
Ready for the school
Incredible learning skills
Didn't give up when she went to the white school
Great for what she did
She believed in God Ruby Bridges Timeline 1954 1960 May 17 the united
supreme court bans segregation in public schools. I had my first day at France Elementary
school for whites. 1954 President Johnson
signs the Civil Right
of 1964. 1964 Freedom rides begin
Groups of white and
black people buses
through the south to change
segregation. 1961 1966 I was born September 8,1954
in Tylertown Missippi. By:Jayda Blueford 1960 I had my first day at Frantz Elementary school for whites in New Orleans. I inspired the 1996
painting by Norman
"The Problem They Will
Live With" and the
children's book "The
Ruby Bridges Story. January, Why I Chose This Person I picked Ruby Bridges because,I want to learn more about her and what she had been through.