Warriors Don’t Cry audiobook is a 1997 autobiography about Little Rock’s Central High School’s integration after the momentous Law Passed about the education of brown children. It details Melba’s personal experience as the school’s first black student.
Warriors Don’t Cry audiobook is an uplifting real story about optimism, bravery, and revolution. In Warriors Don’t Cry audiobook, the protagonists start with a life of inequity and oppression. Their courageous minds and hearts compel them to battle for what they believe in.
Melba, the central protagonist and writer, joins up to incorporate into an all-white High School, at the start of the Warriors Don’t Cry audiobook free. On the 25th of September 1957, she and 8 fellow students put themselves in danger. When these nine students come to school, they are pushed and called names by a large group of furious white individuals. Melba gets a lot of calls from individuals plotting to bomb blast her house. Although a large number of people from the community opposes the merger, they fight valiantly for their independence.
They attend school underneath the security of the highly specialised guards after conducting conferences and being grilled by press media. Each kid has their own personal bodyguard who follows them around the hallways. Melba is typically not permitted to attend gatherings or go for outings with her partner throughout the integration phase. However, at her 16th birthday celebration, no one shows up except for Melba’s lover, Vince.
In the conclusion, in Warriors Don’t Cry audiobook free, Melba talks about her return to school after thirty years. Once she reaches, she is welcomed by a black student who serves as the student council president. This is proof that one person’s bravery can make a huge difference in the world.
Melba Pattillo Beals wrote Warriors Don’t Cry audiobook.
Melba Pattillo Beals was born on the 7th of December 1941. She was a part of the group Little Rock Nine, a squad of Black students first to merge Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas. She is also an author and professor from the United States.
Beals went to an all-black Horace Mann High School. There she realised she wasn’t getting the same educational services as her Central High School friends. Patillo then decided to move with 8 fellow black students to the all-white Central High School in Little Rock when she was 15 years old.
Later, Beals completed her education at Montgomery High School in Santa Rosa with the assistance of the NAACP. Beals started to write for mainstream newspapers and publications when she was 17 years old.
Beals earned an undergraduate degree from San Francisco State University. Furthermore, she went on to Columbia University for her master’s in journalism. Moreover, she got her Doctorate in Education from the University of San Francisco in 2009.
Warriors Don’t Cry, a memoir by Beals, covers the occurrences of 1957 from the Little Rock conflict, partly based on journals she wrote at the time. White is a State of Mind, another book she authored. Warriors Don’t Cry has remained a #1 Amazon bestseller to this day. Beals received the Spingarn Medal from the NAACP in 1959. She received the Congressional Gold Medal, the prestigious award in 1999. Currently, she is the head professor of the department of communication at the Dominican University of California. There she also teaches journalism.
The narrator of Warriors Don’t Cry audiobook is Lisa Reneé Pitts. Other audiobooks that Lisa Reneé Pitts has also narrated are The Color of Money, Every Little Step, and Other People’s Children.
The length of Warriors Don’t Cry audiobook is 12 hours and 39 minutes.
Tantor Audio published Warriors Don’t Cry audiobook on 11/07/2011.