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The Green Book: Finding Safe Passage in Jim Crow America


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Middle Level Learner Number 51

"The Green Book: Finding Safe Passage in Jim Crow America" is about a road guide that listed places eager to do business with African Americans in the 1930–50s. Picture book author Calvin Alexander Ramsey and editor Steve Lapham offer lesson ideas that involve history, civics, and geography, and recommend a free website of primary source material.

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