A tour like this can help them see it instead as living, breathing, ongoing history and inspire them to do their part in the movement for freedom and justice today. I was especially grateful that my grandchildren were blessed to meet many precious and generous elders who took so much time with them and shared such joy in seeing and sharing with them.
The adult men were as starry eyed as the children and grabbed the baseballs he signed for them with year-old joy!
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This was also an immediate reminder how people from all walks of life have used their talents to break barriers in their own fields and redefine the definition of who our American heroes are. We then visited with several dear friends who had been my long haul colleagues in the fight for justice, including Andrew Young, John Lewis, and C.
Andy Young joined us for breakfast. Finally we toured the Dr.
Martin Luther King, Jr. The children got a chance to stand at his old pulpit and pretend to preach.
Washington and George Washington Carver before continuing on to Mississippi. The children were able to meet James Meredith, who courageously integrated the University of Mississippi, as he spoke at a local church.
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