Kareem and the Time Machine 3 is the story of Thomas Jennings, the inventor of the dry cleaner. He was also an abolitionist, who taught his daughter how to fight for her civil rights. Her name was Elizabeth Jennings and she was a school teacher. She was kicked off the bus of her time and when to court to fight against discrimination. Her story was heard throughout the community. In court, she won her case. It was a win for the civil rights movement of her day. A street was named in her home city, New York, this was in the 1800s. The 1950-1960s abolition movement was called the civil rights movement. Today in the 2000's it is called Woke. In this experiment called America, the idea of human equality is not perfect but it is continually moving toward that perfect union.
|Children's Book / Picture Book
|8.500" x 8.500" (216mm x 216mm)
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