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MARCH: BOOK THREE makes history by winning National Book Award

The #1 bestseller, about Congressman John Lewis and the Civil Rights Movement, is the first graphic novel recipient in the awards’ 67-year history.

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Student Voice

In the wake of this election, I find myself anxious and restless, almost compulsively scrolling through articles that both affirm and combat my fears, but do nothing to make me feel better about any of it. 216 more words

Civil Rights

MARCH: National Book Award Finalist

The National Book Foundation has announced the finalists for the 67th Annual National Book Awards — including, for the first time since 1957, a sitting member of Congress. 364 more words


Mayor Barry's Address to MLK Academic Magnet School Students inside the Civil Rights Room

53 seniors from Martin Luther King Jr. Academic Magnet School came to the Civil Rights Room for a day of research and inquiry on September 21 as part of their capstone project entitled  236 more words

Civil Rights Room

A love song to America

It’s after 7 a.m. on Saturday May 23 when my sister Judith and I travel with my niece Leigh, from her home in Olney, Maryland. We are on our way to witness the celebratory opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC), that documents my ancestors’ struggle to Freedom. 680 more words

Read: March: book one by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell

Continuing the trend of graphic novels, I recently finished reading Congressman John LewisMarch: book one. Lewis played a large role in the civil rights movement and marched alongside Dr. 332 more words