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4 Little Girls Sixteenth Street Baptist Church bombing Birmingham, Alabama September 15, 1963. View Notes Pages for speaking points. Terrorists killed 4 girls. AP/AP. The Kids in Birmingham 1963 tell what the bombing was like for them. Barbara Cross was 13. Freeman Hrabowski was 13.

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4 Little GirlsSixteenth Street Baptist Church bombing Birmingham, AlabamaSeptember 15, 1963

View Notes Pages for speaking points


Terrorists killed 4 girls

AP/AP


The Kids in Birmingham 1963 tell what the bombing was like for them

Barbara Cross was 13

Freeman Hrabowski was 13

Anne Whitehouse was 9

Sam Rumore was 14

Harold Jackson was 10

L.A. Simmons was 13

All stories available at www.KidsInBirmingham1963.org


Steps, Part 1

On your own, read stories

  • Answer the following questions:

    • Who wrote it (give 3 details about the storyteller)?

    • What was the storyteller’s age in the story?

    • What connection did the person have to the bombing?

    • How did this event impact him or her?

  • Choose a relevant phrase that captures what you think is:

    • Most important – or

    • Meaningful to you

  • Write the phrase on a strip


Steps, Part 2

In your group

  • Share your answers to the questions

  • Share your phrases and explain why they are important or meaningful to you

  • Together, compose a poem with the phrases

  • Perform your group’s poem

  • Assess your participation


To assess your participation

Did you…

  • Create a poem that was thoughtful, meaningful and relevant?

  • Work successfully in a group to create a poem that conveys meaning and feeling?

  • Identify the different points of view presented in the stories about the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church bombing?


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