White students in Birmingham, Alabama, drag an African American effigy past West End High School, on September 12, 1963. Two African American girls attended the desegregated school and a majority of the white students were staying away from classes. Police stopped this car in a segregationist caravan in front of the school to caution them about fast driving and blowing auto horns in front of a school.
- 1963 mass struggles advanced civil rights (workers.org)
- Being White in Philadelphia: What Could Be Wrong With That? (theculturalcoach.typepad.com)
- Three questions about desegregation for Sarah Garland, author of Divided We Fail (beaconbroadside.com)
- High School’s All-White Casting For ‘The Wiz’ Raises Controversy (woldcnews.com)