Eastern National publishes ‘The Moton School Story: Children of Courage’

‘The Moton School Story’ can be purchased for $5.95 at the Moton Museum Store and at National Park Service sites around the country.

Fort Washington, PA – Before the sit-ins in Greensboro, before the Montgomery bus boycott, there was the student strike at the Robert Russa Moton High School in Farmville, Virginia. In 1951, Barbara Johns led her fellow students in protest against the inadequate and overcrowded facilities they faced. Their strike, which changed the course of American history, is the focus of Eastern National’s new publication, The Moton School Story: Children of CourageRead the full press release.

Special thanks to Longwood University professor and author Dr. Larissa Smith Fergeson and the Studio Ammons design team.

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