The struggle for equality is illustrated by places, like the A. Integrating the Schools Armstrong and his son remember the historic moment when schools were no longer segregated. Described as an "arch-segregationist" by Time magazine, Connor asserted that the city "ain't gonna segregate no niggers and whites together in this town [ sic ]".
She rolled down the window and shouted to the children, "I'm with you all the way! Children left the churches while singing hymns and "freedom songs" such as " We Shall Overcome ". National business owners pressed the Kennedy administration to intervene.