In 1955, Ruby Bridges, moved with her family from Tylertown, Mississippi, to New Orleans, Louisiana. At the tender age of six, she integrated the first-grade class of William Frantz Elementary School. She arrived at the school under the protection of four gun-toting federal marshals and had to walk past an mob of angry white people. Because white parents in 1960 didn't want their children to attend classes with black children, Ruby spent first grade alone in a classroom with her beloved teacher, Mrs. Henry. The following year, the school became integrated. Today she continues to fight racism through speaking engagements at schools throughout the country. This is her story.