What you are sayin' is that our colored children, my little Shirley Barbara and the rest ain't good enough to go to that nice school with the roses? They don't deserve it? Good Lord made them of cheaper cloth or something'? Isn't that what we are sayin' when we quiet about this? I ain't gonna say it no more. God did not make the Negro child out of a cheaper cloth. I will not say it.
Mrs. Sarah Bulah — Scene 9

Now Let Me Fly Discussion Questions

After your reading of Now Let Me Fly, your audience will be ready to have a discussion on the issues raised by the play. Here are some questions you can use to start the conversation. Or, come up with your own!