20-Twelve Days in May

Twelve Days in May Freedom Ride 1961 by Larry Dane Brimner

There is one prompt to respond to for this book:

Based on what you read in this book, what similarities or differences do you see between racial relationships in the United States in 1961 and 2020?

3 thoughts on “20-Twelve Days in May

  1. The similarities are that people are still treated badly because of their race especially in kids and bullying. It is different because there are more friendships between races and we are not segregated any more.

  2. There are some similarities from this year to 1961 because people are treated differently because of the color of their skin. some differences are that we don’t have as much fighting between races.

  3. A similarity is that some kids may not want to be friends with someone because of what they look like. Kids also may bully other kids because of their race. A difference is that most adults and children treat people with a different color of skin as equals. Also, there is no segregation and you can go anyplace no matter what the color of your skin is.

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