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Smart black+ femaleForty years ago, a 6-year-old girl named Ruby Bridges marched past an angry mob of segregationists to become the first black child to attend William Frantz Elementary School in New Orleans. For much of that year, white parents kept their children home, preferring no school at all to sharing a room with a black classmate, so Ruby sat alone, learning reading and math with a first-grade teacher she would come to think of as her best friend. That story, which inspired a Norman Rockwell painting and a lifelong interest in the morality of children in the psychiatrist Robert Coles, was told again yesterday. This time, it was told by Ms. Bridges herself, to an integrated classroom of about 20 eager and attentive first graders at Public School 111, the Adolph S. Ochs Elementary School, in the Clinton section of Manhattan.An outgrowth of Scholastic Reads, a program in which employees of Scholastic, the children's publishing and media company, read and supply books to public elementary students throughout the city, yesterday's event marked the 40th anniversary of Ms. Bridges' civil rights contribution.

I like to share my story with children, and they are amazed by the story, said Ms. Bridges, who travels the country talking about her experiences and has formed a foundation to promote tolerance. I think they are able to put themselves in this little girl's place, and to relate to that child and to think about how they would feel going to an empty school and having no friends. Inside the classroom, the walls were festooned with the children's work, much of it dedicated to Ms. Bridges. Drawings inspired by the children's reading of The Story of Ruby Bridges, by Dr. Coles, who met her shortly after she entered William Frantz Elementary, hung from a cord across the room like Christmas lights. The captions, written by the students, read: I learned to make friends with my teacher, or I learned to be brave or I learned that you have to believe in yourself.

The names of some of the students tell the story of how far things have come since Ms. Bridges was a first grader: Francisco, Jasmeen, Chloe, Megan. The neighborhood is ethnically mixed, predominantly Irish, Hispanic and black, and the school reflects that, said Sheri Donovan, the principal. Waiting for Ms. Bridges to arrive about 1 p.m. and dwarfed by the presence of about a dozen journalists, the children at first sat neatly on the floor, in movie theater rows, well back from the chair reserved for the guest of honor. She's not used to people touching her feet like I am, the teacher, Jennifer Klingher, told the class.

But as soon as Ms. Bridges entered, the rows were abandoned and a happy pandemonium erupted, with a few of the children questioning whether she was really the girl in the story. I am Ruby, but I'm Ruby all grown up, Ms. Bridges said good-naturedly. Watch. When you get older, you're going to look different, too. After shaking each child's hand, she proceeded to read The Story of Ruby Bridges, again and again emphasizing that it is about a little girl changing the law, so all you guys could go to school together. Isn't that great? she said. Throughout the reading, students pointed out their favorite pages in the book or sang out answers to Ms. Bridges questions. Why are they yelling at Ruby? a girl named Jasmeen asked when Ms. Bridges paused on an illustration depicting her, escorted by federal marshals, braving a screaming crowd outside her school. Why are they yelling at Ruby? Ms. Bridges asked the class. Because they don't want a black kid in their school, another girl, Jasmin, answered. Later, when Ms. Bridges stopped on a page depicting her class alone with her teacher, one student asked what the teacher was doing. Teaching me my numbers, she responded before asking, Do you do that in this class? As the children clamored to answer Yes, one boy began counting, rapidly and under his breath, without pause until he passed 30. After finishing the story, Ms. Bridges asked the students if they could have done what she did. Yes, they cried. You wouldn't have been lonely? No, came the chorus, as one girl explained, I have my teddy bear in my backpack. When it was the students' turn to ask questions, they wanted to know more about Ms. Bridges. Does she have children (yes, four sons) and where does she live (New Orleans).Yound dating black girl

At the end, after showing the children her own book, Through My Eyes, published by Scholastic last year, and talking about how she came to write it, one boy, Ashanti, sat quietly with his hand stretched high, waiting patiently to be called on by Ms. Bridges. Ashanti had spent most of the session on the periphery of the group, sitting on Ms. Donovan's lap or with his head on a pillow, but now he had something to say: Thanks for changing the law. Photo: Ruby Bridges, one of the children who integrated New Orleans schools 40 years ago, reading to first graders at the Adolph S. Ochs Elementary School in Manhattan from a book about her by Robert Coles.

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