Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr. was a good man. He was African American. He and other African Americans where treated unkindly. White people judged them by the color of their skin. Not all White people though. They are racist, Racist means if people judge others based on their ethnicity. Martin Luther King could of been a piano teacher but instead, he helped make the world a better place for African Americans.  By convincing people that African Americans should be treated like any other person to step foot in this world. I feel it is unfair to African Americans to be treated like an unequal. I don’t like the way people call them blacks and Whites. It’s just like calling a Zebra black and white instead of Zebra. Beacause of this Blacks a.k.a African Americans and White people Couldn’t share the same schools together. But Ruby Bridges changed that hole idea of separate schools. One day a judge decided to put a girl named Ruby Bridges    in a school for white kids. The parents of the White children decided not to bring their children to school because of the big crowed of people. When ever Ruby would enter the school the crowed would yell at her for being African American. Then the president of the united states. Gave Ruby two personal body gards. So whenever the crowed threatened to kill her They would be there to say noch it off. But finally One childs parents was sick of this foolishness. So they decided to bring their children back to school. Then others fallowed.

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About faithelise

I love learning about species of birds and want to be an Ornathologist. Writing about birds is my passion and I love every part of it!
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2 Responses to Martin Luther King Jr.

  1. Ian Hall says:

    She and Martin Luther King were very brave people, from a long line of brave people and you are right Faith, it is very silly to think someone is different just because their skin is a different shade…but things are better now, thanks to people like that…and people like you too.

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