Yelled at, screamed at, being heckled, called names and all at the age of 6-years-old. Ruby Bridges has endured it, but she had some help. Just in-case your school skipped this in history class, Ruby Bridges was the first black child to attend what was (before she stepped foot on the grounds) a segregated school. In 1960, the brave little girl wanted an education and walking her through the doors of, William Frantz Elementary School in New Orleans were four Marshalls – only one, Charles Burks, 91 is still alive. 50 plus years later the two meet up again for a special event, and Ruby thanks one of the men that protected her on a daily basis. Hit the jump to get a glimpse into the interaction.