Warriors Don't Cry: A Searing Memoir of the Battle to Integrate Little Rock's Central High Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Chapters 1-4

• Melba Pattillo was born on Pearl Harbor Day in 1941.

• Her delivery was difficult and required forceps.

• Melba was critically ill as an infant due to an infection.

• Her mother learned from a janitor that the doctor ordered regular irrigation of her head with Epsom salts and warm water, but the nursing staff did not follow through.

• After the mother started the treatments, Melba improved.

• Melba grew up healthy, and her Grandmother stated that there was a reason her life was spared.
• In 1954, the Brown v. The Board of Education ruling ordered integration in public schools.

• Thirteen at the time, Melba's class was dismissed early with a warning to stay in groups.

• When Melba took a shortcut while daydreaming, a man in a car insisted on giving Melba a ride home.

• She refused, but he chased her.

• The man stated that African American children won't be going...

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