With all of the opposition to the Little Rock Nine going to an all-white school, there were many involved parties that supported the idea. As a teacher, I am going to teach my students about those heavily dedicated youth and their support systems. As part of my lesson plan I am going to focus on to major individuals who fought integration in the Central High School in Little Rock Arkansas. One of those people was Mrs. C. Daisy Bates. Mrs. Bates is an important character to teach my students about because she was one of the major player in the integration of the school system. She was the president of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) the Little Rock chapter. In addition to her work with the NAACP she was a...
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...damaging abuse was the mental ones inflated. I learned how the through Melba’s character in the book that many of her external conflicts turned into internal conflicts. From all the violence African American experience they had to live they hold life watching over their shoulders, always thinking someone is going hurt them. Another prospective I got from this book is that if more black had stood up, the change we want will be achieve so much faster. In a way even though we suffer from the system that was meant us. We without realizing we help keep the system going by being afraid to fight it. And what I found interest was the fact that white people was afraid blacks would want day fight back, blacks was so afraid to stand up over their lives. The Warrior’s Don’t Cry was good book to read and I learn a lot from it, about the pain and struggle of black people.
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