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When he was born in 1932, Westley Wallace Law's grandmother prayed that he would be a leader of his people. Westley lived up to that hope by organizing peaceful sit-ins in Savannah, Georgia, and prompting desegregation in that city.
A respected biographer teams up with an acclaimed artist to tell the story of a mail carrier, who in 1961 orchestrated the Great Savannah Boycott and was instrumental in bringing equality to his Georgia community. Readers will be inspired by this beautifully illustrated story of a true unsung hero.
RELATED SUBJECTS: African American
Jane Addams Children's Book Award
Jane Addams Award