Objects & Places from Warriors Don't Cry: A Searing Memoir of the Battle to Integrate Little Rock's Central High

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Central High School

This place in Arkansas was the first to be integrated after the U.S. Supreme Court decision favoring integration. The author thinks it looks like a castle, but it becomes a battleground for the Little Rock Nine.

Brown v. The Board of Education decision

This is a landmark case from 1954 that led to integration in schools.

Pattillo Home

This place is located on Cross Street.

Little Rock, Arkansas

This place is the largest city in its state and became the location of the first integrated school in the state.

U.S. Supreme Court

This object is the highest court of the United States. It was involved in the important integration cases addressed in this book.

Little Rock Federal Building

This place is where the first hearing took place in which the judge overruled the Governor of Arkansas's attempt to halt integration in schools.

Mrs. Bates' Home

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