Carlotta Walls LaNier speaks at the First-Year Experience Author Luncheon

Carlotta Walls was just fourteen years old when she walked up the stairs of Little Rock Central High School with eight other black students to become the first to integrate the school in September 1957.

She spoke about this experience, her life, and her memoir, A Mighty Long Way, at the recent First-Year Experience Author Luncheon in Denver, Colorado.

View other videos from the 2010 First-Year Experience Author Luncheon.

For more information on bringing these speakers to your school or community e-mail rhacademic@randomhouse.com.

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