Martin and Rosa, United for Equality

Martin et Rosa, ensemble pour l’égalité, by Raphaële Frier and Zaü

M.L. King and R. Parks: the overlapping stories of two key figures who spoke out against racial segregation. Their shared battle begins with the Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1955. The chronicle includes an overview of the history of slavery and ends with Obama’s election. A title in the series Great Portrait that includes also Nelson Mandela, Wangari Maathai and Malala.

Hardcover non-fiction, 56 pages, 26 x 26 cm
Rights sold: Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazil)

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