"We've Got A Job: The 1963 Birmingham Children’s March" is a book by Cynthia Levinson. The book dates back to the actions taken by children and teenager in Birmingham which drew national attention. In May 1963, when the lives and jobs of African American were at stake and adults were hesitant to protest against such discrimination, children's and teenagers decided to take stand and they marched to jail to secure freedom for themselves.
In the book, four teenagers, namely, Audrey, Wash, James, and Arnetta, marched to jail. From the excerpt given we can say that Audrey's grandmother is supportive.
i have noidea i just need more time so i can do a test
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