In this episode I speak with Justin Holcomb about his new book God Made All of Me: A Book to Help Children Protect Their Bodies (New Growth Press, 2015). Listen to the interview at http://ShaunTabatt.com/026.
In Spring 1960, Ruby Bridges was one of several African-Americans in New Orleans to take a test to determine which children would be the first to attend integrated schools. Six students were chosen, however, two students decided to stay at their old school, and three were transferred to Mcdonough. Ruby was the only one assigned to William Frantz. Look how precious she is.