Civil Rights Movement: Not Many Heroes

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“A hero is born among a hundred a wise man is found among a thousand but an accomplished one might not be found even among a hundred thousand” -Plato. What Plato means is that heroes are rare you don’t see them often or even ever and there are not many of them. For example Malala a teenage girl that believes that education is a basic right . An African American male Martin Luther King Jr spoke out for justice for African Americans. Harriet Tubman or as her disguised name Moses was a african american freedom fighter. A hero is someone that will risk it all for his/hers family, community, and even you. Heroes are brave, dauntless, and are strong physically and mentally.
Malala Yousafzai a 15 year old girl believed that education was a basic right that everyone had. Malala lived in Mingora in a Swat Valley in Pakistan. There were tons of mountains, forests, and rivers and it was an attractive place for vacation. There is one big problem though there was a gang known as “Taliban” they would badly injure or even kill you if you were to stand up to them and the police couldn’t do no...

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