Includes bibliographical references (159-171) and index.
"Blown into history" : the story of Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth
The hardest head in town : Reverend Shuttlesworth fights on
"It's so nice to have you in Birmingham" : the movement begins
An "untimely" protest : the arrest of Dr. King
"Sing, children, sing" : the children march
"Fire hoses on those Black girls" : the mood turns
"Making history" : the children march on and into a settlement
"An accord with its conscience" : a settlement is reached
"Violence" and "more violence" : the aftermath of the settlement
"Don't try to stop us" : the Birmingham legacy
"Discusses the Birmingham civil rights movement, the great leaders of the movement, and the role of the children who helped fight for equal rights and to end segregation in Birmingham"--Provided by publisher.