Activism in Action: A History

For the socially conscious reader interested in activism
and social change, these books offer a look at the history of the most
noteworthy fights for equal rights and a better world. By celebrating the
accomplishments of social activists, including advocates for LGBTQ+, disability,
civil, and women's rights, this series familiarizes readers with courageous
leaders and the movements they spearheaded. Furthermore, each book emphasizes
ways to become safely involved in contemporary movements, underscoring safety
and adult supervision. These books show readers how celebrated figures channeled
their passion—and frustration—into real social change.

• Highlights renowned
activists and the social change they inspired, including important figures
included in state social studies curricular standards

• Features timelines
highlighting the growth and development of each movement

• Combines important
historical movements and figures with contemporary movements in which readers
can take part

Product type: Single Copy Set
ISBN: 978-1-5081-8597-0
Copyright: 2020
Reading Level: Grade 8
Interest Level: Grades 7-12+
Dimensions: 6" x 9"