SARAH COLLINS RUDOLPH was the only child among the young girls in the church basement restroom to survive the horrific bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church on September 15, 1963, she was twelve years old and basically forgotten in history. Her sister Addie Mae Collins was killed along with Cynthia Wesley, Denise McNair, Carole Robertson. Collins Rudolph said the only way her sister Addie could be identified was from her shoe, her face was unrecognizable. "That's something I will never forget, because it was something that should not have happened… Somebody putting a bomb where we go to praise and worship God…and every time I think about it, I always say you have to have a lot of hate on the inside of you to blow up a church…and kill four innocent young girls." It is sad when major components and key people in history are forgotten; looked over, ignored. However it is said, we are failing our children and ourselves by eliminating history. Teaching to tests and not explaining and applaud real life.
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