Shirley Chisholm was a natural-born fighter.
She didn’t like to be bossed
and she wanted things to be fair.
Brooklyn-born Shirley Chisholm was smart and ambitious. She poured her energy into whatever she did―from teaching young children to becoming Brooklyn’s first Black assemblywoman. Not afraid to blaze a trail, she became the first Black woman elected to Congress and the first woman to seriously run for U.S. president. With a vision of liberty and justice for all, she worked for equal rights, for the environment, for children, and for health care. Even now, her legacy lives on and inspires others to continue her work . . . which is not done yet.
Stirring free verse by Tameka Fryer Brown and evocative illustrations by Nina Crews provide an inspirational look at changemaker Shirley Chisholm.
Not Done Yet: Shirley Chisholm’s Fight for Change
by Tameka Fryer Brown, illustrated by Nina Crews
Publisher: Millbrook Press
Publication Date: November 1, 2022