No Small Courage - Late in 1832, Sarah Harris, a 20-year old African-American woman, approached Prudence Crandall, teacher of an elite all white girls boarding school to be admitted as a day student. Citizens of Canterbury protested and adopt measures as would effectually avert the nuisance. This is the story of how a free woman of color was determined to become a teacher and the struggles she was willing to endure to obtain an education. The thirty to a forty-five-minute program focus is the resistance to African American not only enslaved individuals, but of those free and wealthy enough to pay for their education prior to the Civil War. Targeted audience 5th too adult.