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Rosa Parks. Good morning/afternoon students my name is Rosa Parks and I am here to speak to you about the importance of becoming involved in the civil rights movement
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You walk into a cafe with a white friend. Everyone looks at you in disgust and hatred. White men are walking towards you and they don't look very happy. Whites were angered because you were sitting in the white table instead of the black .That could've cost your life. Good morning/afternoon students my name is Rosa Parks and I am here to speak to you about the importance of becoming involved in the civil rights movement and why you should stand up for what you believe in. African Americans fought for equality, against segregation and racism for long periods of time. We have had enough.
I and many other African Americans like you have suffered from this all our lives. We have to live in different areas from the whites, go to segregated schools, facilities and buses which are inferior to the whites. The Klu Klux Klan has murdered many of our loved ones and family. We will take a stand together. We have to let the whites know that we will not let them make us feel inferior and segregated. We will no longer tolerate being treated as some second class citizen. Sometimes we have to break the
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