This a fictional short story of a black family on vacation and traveling by trailer in 1958. On the home stretch of their trip back to Dayton, Ohio from Mexico City, they stop off at Paris Landing State Park in Tennessee and discover from a racist trooper that the area where they parked is for Whites Only and that they better get over to the Colored Side immediately. This public park is covered by the Separate-but-Equal (Jim Crow) Laws and in no uncertain terms he bellows: "Da Law's da Law!" A large travel group from Ohio is in the park when this ruckus happens and decide to intervene, making for exciting dynamics in the early years of the Civil Rights Movement.
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|Size: ||361 KB|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781312556300 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|