Table of Contents for We've Got a Job : The 1963 Birmingham Children's March


Prologue "I Want to Go to Jail" 2(3)
Chapter One Audrey Faye Hendricks
"There wasn't a bombing that I wasn't at."
5(8)
Chapter Two Washington Booker III
"I was too rambunctious to be a little black kid in the South. That put me in a position to be killed."
13(8)
Chapter Three James W. Stewart
"No. I am not going to be confined."
21(8)
Chapter Four Arnetta Streeter
"We needed to do something right then."
29(8)
Chapter Five Collision Course
"We shall march until victory is won."
37(10)
Chapter Six Project C
"Overwhelmed by a feeling of hopelessness"
47(14)
Chapter Seven The Foot Soldiers
"We got to use what we got."
61(10)
Chapter Eight May 2. D-Day
"They're coming out!"
71(10)
Chapter Nine May 3. Double D-Day
"You wondered how people could be so cruel."
81(10)
Chapter Ten Views from Other Sides
What were they thinking?
91(12)
Chapter Eleven May 4-6, 1963
"Deliver us from evil."
103(14)
Chapter Twelve May 7-10, 1963
"Nothing was said...about the children."
117(12)
Chapter Thirteen May 11-May 23
It was the worst of times. It was the best of times
129(10)
Chapter Fourteen Freedom and Fury
The walls fall down
139(12)
Chapter Fifteen Afterworld
151(6)
Author's Note 157(1)
Timeline 158(2)
Map 160(1)
Thank Yous 161(1)
Notes 162(8)
Bibliography 170(1)
Photo Credits 171(1)
Index 172