Community Cinema: Daisy Bates resources

Thanks to everyone who attended the Community Cinema screening of Daisy Bates: First Lady of Little Rock. Our next screening will be Feb. 7th and will feature More Than A Month.

For further study of the issues presented in the January screening, please consider checking out these resources at your local branch of the Austin Public Library.

A mighty long way : my journey to justice at Little Rock Central High School /LaNier, Carlotta Walls.

Can we talk about race? : and other conversations in an era of school resegregation / Beverly Daniel Tatum

Five miles away, a world apart : one city, two schools, and the story of educational opportunity in modern America / James E. Ryan.

My father said yes : a white pastor in Little Rock school integration / Dunbar H. Ogden

Oh, do I remember! : experiences of teachers during the desegregation of Austin’s schools, 1964-1971 / Anna Victoria Wilson and William E. Segall

Remember Little Rock : the time, the people, the stories / Walker, Paul Robert.

The Detroit school busing case : Milliken v. Bradley and the controversy over desegregation / Joyce A. Baugh.

The power of one : Daisy Bates and the Little Rock Nine / Fradin, Judith Bloom.

The long shadow of Little Rock : a memoir / Bates, Daisy

Why she stayed at an African-American school, Solomon Coles, during desegregation / Brenda Mazone Glasgow.

Little Rock nine / Poe, Marshall.

Elizabeth and Hazel : two women of Little Rock / Margolick, David Turn away thy son : Little Rock, the crisis that shocked the nation / Jacoway, Elizabeth

Fighting their own battles : Mexican Americans, African Americans, and the struggle for civil rights in Texas / Brian D. Behnken.

Little Rock Central [videorecording]

The story of Ruby Bridges [videorecording]

Nine from Little Rock [videorecording]

With all deliberate speed [videorecording]