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Fannie Lou Hamer

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Published by Raintree .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children"s 9-12 - Biography / Autobiography,
  • Hamer, Fannie Lou,
  • Biography & Autobiography - Political,
  • Biography,
  • United States,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 9-12 Biography,
  • Civil rights workers,
  • Biography/Autobiography,
  • Biography & Autobiography - Cultural Heritage,
  • African Americans,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • African American women civil r,
  • African American women civil rights workers

  • Edition Notes

    African American Biographies (Chicago, Ill.).

    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8428069M
    ISBN 101410903168
    ISBN 109781410903167

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This book explores the life of one of Mississippi's greatest civil rights activists, Fannie Lou Hamer. Known for her daring, her brinkmanship and her impassioned speech-making, Hamer rose to prominence in the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, an intrepid group which tried to unseat the predominantly white Democrats of Mississippi during the Democratic National Convention/5(8).

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In this speech, Hamer represented both the concerns of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP) and the limits of American democracy when she proclaimed: I. A biography in poems of activist Fannie Lou Hamer follows her path from a childhood working cotton in a family of sharecroppers to her emergence as a civil rights activist and politician working to secure voting rights and representation for African Americans in Mississippi and nationally.

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Her life and legacy and celebrated on these pages, and the message is one of strength, hope, and determination.

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Her book, To Praise Our Bridges: An. An activist and grass roots organizer, Fannie Lou Hamer changed the life of Mississippians and was influential on the national political : Cecelia Parks. This book explores the life of one of Mississippi's greatest civil rights activists, Fannie Lou Hamer.

Known for her daring, her brinkmanship and her impassioned speech-making, Hamer rose to prominence in the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, an intrepid group which tried to unseat the Brand: McFarland & Company, Incorporated Publishers. Holmes’ quiltlike collage illustrations emphasize the importance Hamer placed on community among African-Americans.

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Fannie Lou Hamer Biography, Life, Interesting Facts Early Years and Education. Fannie Lou Townsend was born 6th Octoberto James and Ella Townsend. She was born in Montgomery County, Mississippi, in the United States. Hamer was the youngest of 20 children. Hamer started picking cotton from the age of six to help her family.

This book is the essence of raw courage. It must be read. —Rep. John Lewis The award-winning biography of black civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer. Among the most important figures of the Civil Rights movement, Fannie Lou Hamer rose from difficult circumstances to dedicate her life to battling racism and poverty.

Fannie Lou Hamer, born in Mississippi, was working in the fields when she was six and was only educated through the sixth grade. She married in and adopted two children. She went to work on the plantation where her husband drove a tractor, first as.

The Speeches of Fannie Lou Hamer: To Tell It Like It Is have selected twenty-one of Hamer's most important speeches and the first volume to exclusively showcase Hamer's talents as an orator, this book includes speeches from the better part of her fifteen-year activist career delivered in response to occasions as distinct as a.

Fannie Lou Hamer was a black orator, educator, and farmer in rural Mississippi. Coming from one of the poor, rural communities in which civil rights groups organized, she became a local leader who took it upon herself not only to fight for her rights, but also to encourage others to do so.

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Kay Mills's books include A Place in the News: From the Women's Pages to the Front Page and This Little Light of Mine: The Life of Fannie Lou Hamer, a biography of the civil rights activist from Mississippi.5/5(1). Fannie Lou's mother was short, black, and poor, in Mississippi, and she never let anybody beat up on her babies."" From this arresting beginning Jordan evokes a human presence in a text as simple as Tobias' Crowell Biography below, but with strikingly contrasting incisiveness from start to finish: ""Fannie Lou's parents worked, and they worked hard, and they stayed poor.

Fannie Lou Hamer attempted to register to vote and was fired from her job, arrested and severely beaten. She then joined SNCC. One beating she endured left her with a permanent limp.

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For Freedom's Sake: The Life of Fannie Lou Hamer Hamer's own involuntary sterilization and the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of the police--the book highlights the vantage point of. An unlettered Mississippi cotton-picker, Fannie Lou Hamer () led the black Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party at the Democratic Convention .Voting rights activist and civil rights leader Fannie Lou Hamer was born in in Montgomery County, Mississippi.

She was the granddaughter of a slave and the youngest of 20 children. Raised by hardworking parents who were sharecroppers, she was no stranger to poverty or hardship. An inspirational speaker and writer, she used her powerful voice to raise the cause of equality and Brand: TMW Media Group.Fannie Lou Hamer, seated at left, at a meeting of the Mississippi Freedom Labor Union, a union of black domestic workers and day laborers.

Photograph courtesy The Tougaloo College Civil Rights Collection at the Mississippi Department of Archives and History.