There are plenty of links out there about Little Rock, but this one is a little different and well worth reading.
Also, American RadioWorks has released an hour long radio documentary, “An Imperfect Revolution: Voices from the Desegregation Era,” featuring the personal stories of several Charlotte, N.C. residents who crossed racial lines in public schools as they were desegregated. The documentary is online for — free — listening at the American Radio Works site.
They also want to feature personal stories about school desegregation from people around the country. They want first-person stories and accounts to “help others better understand how this momentous change unfolded in students’ lives, their schools, and their communities.” You can participate by clicking on this link.