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A Mighty Long Way: My Journey To Justice At Little Rock Central High School

5 Ratings: 3.4
A 2009 nonfiction book by Carlotta Walls Lanier with Lisa Frazier Page.

At 14, Lanier was the youngest of the Little Rock Nine, who integrated Little Rock Central High School in 1951; she went on to become the first African –American young woman to receive a diploma from the school. Her memoir provides a firsthand … see full wiki

Genre: Non-fiction, Biographies & Memoirs
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Date Published: August 25, 2009
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review by . July 30, 2009
Little Rock Nine
When Carlotta Walls of Little Rock, AR was 8 years old she had a life changing experience.  The year was 1951 and Carlotta's parents Cartelyou and Juanita Walls decided it would be a good idea for their young daughter to spend her summer vacation visiting an aunt in New York City.   It was a thrilling experience for young Carlotta.  She visited Radio City Music Hall, saw a ballgame at Ebbets Field, and paid a visit to the Statue of Liberty.  Perhaps …
Quick Tip by . August 21, 2009
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