Gabi's grandma, Cheryl Rich, is a director of the Children's Museum of Indianapolis. It houses a very special exhibit, The Power of Children: Make a Difference. One of those children is Ruby Bridges. Ruby was a young girl in the 1960's that was integrated into an all white school. She overcame great adversity and helped change the world for education today. She is one of several children integrated at the time and remains humble to this day about the effects of her determination and the compassion she gave the crowds she walked through daily. We read books about Ruby Bridges and talked about all of the hardships she endured through those difficult times. We even watched the Disney movie. Each of us learned something about how a child at 6 could change the world. We wrote and read our stories in the Voicethread below. We are so fortunate that Mrs. Rich will show our presentation to Ruby Bridges today while she is visiting the Children's Museum of Indianapolis. Thank you for taking the time to view our presentation.