Jesse Owens: Fastest Man Alive

"Jesse Owens: Fastest Man Alive" by Carole Boston Weatherford is a compelling narrative of Jesse Owens, the legendary African-American track and field athlete who overcame immense racial adversity to triumph at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. This content pack immerses students in Owens' inspiring journey, from his challenging early life in Alabama to his historic Olympic achievements. It's an excellent resource for exploring themes of determination, courage, and breaking racial barriers. With this pack, students can recreate significant moments from Owens' life, analyze his influence in the context of 1930s America, and discuss the significance of his legacy in sports and beyond. Apply the keyword #Jesse Owens: Fastest Man Alive to show all content from this pack in the Comic Maker.