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16th-Century Spanish Art & the Catholic Counter-Reformation

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This video tells the story of civil-rights activist Ayanna Najuma. Starting at age 7 in the 1950s, Ayanna and other children participated in sit-ins in Oklahoma City to try to desegregate the lunch counters and restaurants there. This is the story of how a group of determined kids helped change the world. To learn more, visit http://www.scholastic.com/sn

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