New York : Orchard Books, 1991
Williams is a fourteen year old with only one thing on her mind -- to become
a "fly girl". The Wingate High cheerleaders are the most popular girls
in school. Nothing else matters in her life. That is until her family takes
a trip to visit relatives in North Carolina. Here she experiences the segregation
that exists for African Americans in the 1960's. She finds it hard to believe
that her family is discriminated against so blatantly. She knows she must
do something to help. But how an one young lady make a difference? Read
FREEDOM SONGS to find out.
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