After watching the movie Selma, seven year old, Nashida was shocked about race relations in America. Her parents vowed to teach Nashida about her culture every Saturday to help her understand America’s unruly past. Nashida shares history lessons and her museum experience with readers."
"Within the museum walls Nashida is introduced to Richard Wright, Medgar Evers, James Meredith, Fannie Lou Hamer, Alyce Clarke, the Transatlantic Slave Trade, Jim Crow, and much more."
Join Derek Scales Shelton and I as we interview my very own cousin Meredith Coleman McGee this Tuesday on "Tuesday Talk!"
We will discuss Meredith's new children's book as a Segway into the continuation of our discussion on race relations in America.
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