The Epilogue from The Watsons Go to Birmingham - 1963 mentions these individuals as key contributors that fought to end segregation during the Civil Rights Movement. Explore these links to learn more about these remarkable people:
Christopher Paul Curtis mentions the following organizations in the Epilogue of The Watsons Go to Birmingham - 1963. Visit these websites to learn more, noting particularly the "About Us" section to learn about the founding and history of the organizations.
Search Encyclopedia Britannica for the following articles:
Modern American Poetry: About the 1963 Birmingham Bombing: Explore resources about the 1963 Birmingham Bombing, including summaries of the event, newspaper articles, profiles of the victoms, a timeline, and poetry memorializing that fateful day
Ballad of Birmingham: Dudley Randall's poem about the Bombing of Birmingham
16th Street Baptist Church: Historical place of the Civil Rights Movement
Civil Rights Digital Library- Birmingham Bombing (Sixteenth Street Baptist Church): Explore primary resources about the Birmingham Bombing in addition to a plethora of resources related to the Civil Rights Movement