"Don't follow the path. Go where there is no path and begin the trail. When you start a new trail equipped with courage, strength and conviction, the only thing that can stop you is you!"

- Ruby Bridges

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Meet Ruby 

Civil Rights Leader, author,

mother, and motivational speaker

In 1960, when Ruby Bridges was only six years old, she became one of the first black children to integrate New Orleans’ all white public school system. Greeted by an angry mob and escorted by federal marshals, Ruby bravely crossed the threshold of this school and into history single-handedly initiating the desegregation of New Orleans’ public schools.

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Ruby's Room

Join Ruby in her classroom as she shares books of inspiration and hope. 

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Ruby's Podcast

Get inspired to stand for equality and change your world for the better.

 

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"Racism is a grown-up disease. Let's stop using our children to spread it." - Ruby Bridges

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From live interviews, school visits, or special events, Ruby inspires your audience to chase their dreams, persevere in difficulty, and stand for what's right.

 

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