It is a unique and authentic portrayal of the Civil Rights Movement as it unfolded at the time.
- Personalize the cover with the recipient’s name
- Include a dedication on the opening page
- Made from headlines from 1954-1968
- Impressive size 12.5 x 15”
- Bound in a green hard leatherette cover
An important part of black history, the Civil Rights Movement took place throughout the 50s and 60s and is chronicled here through this Civil Rights movement newspaper book. Told through the unique perspective of national newspapers from the time, boycotts and the battle against segregation are collected here to teach us the struggles and triumphs of the past.
This civil rights history book creates a unique commemorative gift which has been created by experts within our private archive. Exact replicas of news stories and headlines are bound within a luxury leatherette hard cover, which is foil embossed with the recipient’s name. On the opening page of this historic gift, the recipient’s name is added along with a personal message from you. This bespoke window into the past will allow the recipient to reflect on the past and cherish their piece of history for many years to come.
How to Personalize Your Civil Rights Book
This edition is bound in a green leatherette cover and includes the recipient’s name embossed in gold foil. Also add a special message into the book’s inside title page. A black ‘Remember When’ gift box can also be added to create an extra special gift.