Fannie Lou Hamer: Fighting for the Rights of Others

  • Grade: 4-8
  • Item: 121670
  • ISBN: 9781087605128
  • Language: English

This item is estimated to be available in February 2022. Please contact customer service at 800-858-7339 to pre-order.

Introduce students to the incredible story of Fannie Lou Hamer! This meaningful Grade 4 nonfiction reader details the legacy of this civil rights activist.

Fannie Lou Hamer: Fighting for the Rights of Others

  • Explores the story of Fannie Lou Hamer, from her life in a sharecropping family to using her music to inspire others and demand change
  • Provides a short fiction piece depicting Hamer’s youth to keep students engaged
  • Connects essential topics such as equality and voting rights to students’ daily lives
  • Includes a glossary, useful discussion questions, and a “Civics in Action” activity designed to get students thinking about social issues

Fannie Lou Hamer dedicated her life to combating unfair laws and helping Black people make their voices heard. This teacher-approved product offers a variety of text features alongside Hamer’s true changemaker story to inspire and captivate students. With an illustrated fiction story, index, historical images, and other exciting features, this reader teaches fourth grade students about Fannie Lou Hamer’s fight for equal rights.

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