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New Links for 2003-2004: | Warriors Reading Assignments | Warriors WebQuest 2003 |

As you work on reading Warriors Don't Cry, you might be interested in finding out a little more information on the civil rights movement, African-American history, where the "Little Rock Nine" are today, and more. Check out the links below, go to the "Resources" page in the 2002 Warriors Web Quest, or use Google to search for more information on the topic you are most interested in.

This site run by the National Park Service gives visitors a tour of the places and buildings that have historical significance in the fight for Civil Rights.
An Internet quiz with different levels and built-in resources to find out information and answers.
A great site for research about key people and topics in Black history. This site also has a "This week in Black History" feature.
An award-winning site full of resources to accompany PBS's series on The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow.
This page gives you information on where the nine students in Warriors are today.
The Little Rock Nine, 1957
(left to right) Thelma Mothershed, Elizabeth Eckford, Gloria Ray, Jefferson Thomas, Melba Pattillo, Ernest Green, Carlotta Walls, Minnijean Brown, Terrence Roberts, and Daisy L. Bates (former NAACP official who sheltered the nine black students and helped publicize the situation in Little Rock).

Old Links from 2002-2003: | Warriors WebQuest, 2002 version | Warriors Assignment Lists |