Sheyann Webb

Sheyann Webb-Christburg is known as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "Smallest Freedom Fighter" and co-author of the book, ''Selma, Lord, Selma''. As a nine-year-old, Webb took part in the first attempt at the Selma to Montgomery march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge on March 7, 1965, known as Bloody Sunday.

Webb was born on February 17, 1956, in Selma, Alabama to John and Betty Webb. She grew up in a family of eight children. As a child, she attended the segregated public schools of Dallas County, Alabama until she was one of the first black children to integrate an all-white school where she was pushed down stairs, called derogatory names, and spit on. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Webb, Sheyann.
Published 1997
Subjects: '; ...Webb, Sheyann Childhood and youth....
Book
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by Webb, Sheyann,
Published 1980
Subjects: '; ...Webb, Sheyann Childhood and youth....
Book
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by Webb, Sheyann,
Published 1997
Subjects: '; ...Webb, Sheyann Childhood and youth....
Book Electronic
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by Webb, Sheyann,
Published 1980
Subjects: '; ...Webb, Sheyann Childhood and youth....
Book Electronic
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by Webb, Sheyann,
Published 1980
Subjects: '; ...Webb, Sheyann Childhood and youth....
Book Electronic
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by Sikora, Frank
Published 1997
Other Authors: '; ...Webb, Sheyann...
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (UICdb)4197191)
Book Electronic
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Published 2003
Other Authors: '; ...Webb, Sheyann....
Movie DVD
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