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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 girls sixteenth street baptist church bombing birmingham alabama september 15 1963

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

View Notes Pages for speaking points


Terrorists killed 4 girls

Terrorists killed 4 girls

AP/AP


The kids in birmingham 1963 tell what the bombing was like for them

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

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

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

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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