Marches are organized to celebrate and recognize greatness, as well as to raise awareness and fight inequality. Throughout history, inspirational leaders have come forward as heroes for their cause, inspiring others to join them.
In this book, students in a futuristic classroom learn about topics like structural inequality, about the battles fought from the Civil Rights era through the Black Lives Matter movement, and how stories of people like George Floyd can move people to action.
On the March is set in the future, during a time of true equality. In this future, a teacher takes his students back in time―to our past and present―to learn about times of prejudice and change.
This graphic novel contains discussion topics, thought-provoking questions, and actions students can take to be allies in the continuing fight for equality.