Warriors Don T Song Analysis

analytical Essay
794 words
794 words

Have you ever faced a turning point, or life changing experience, which impacted your life and a your society? This idea is explored in the memoir Warriors Don’t Cry by Melba Pattillo Beals, the autobiography I Never Had It Made by Jackie Robinson, and the article “ The Father of Chinese Aviation” by Rebecca Maksel. Melba Pattillo Beals, Jackie Robinson, and Feng Ru all faced life changing experiences which changed both their lives and their country. Melba Pattillo Beals integrated an all white school and changed education. She helped improve education for all of the African American students. On the morning of September 25th 1957, Melba Pattillo Beals and eight others were escorted by “50 uniformed soldiers” ( Beals) to all white high school, …show more content…

In this essay, the author

  • Analyzes how melba pattillo beals, jackie robinson, and feng ru faced life changing experiences that changed their lives and their country.
  • Describes how melba pattillo beals integrated an all-white school and changed education for all of the african-american students. she faced racism and discrimination, as well as, sacrificing her safety to make a difference.
  • Explains how jackie robinson made a big impact on his country by being the first african-american to play major league baseball.
  • Explains that feng's labor and backbreaking work has changed his own country, "china". he was an immigrant as well as a self-taught engineer who had to translate all the aviators work.
  • Concludes that feng ru, jackie robinson, and melba pattillo beals faced crucial discipline and dangerous tasks that impacted their country.

Jackie Robinson was the first African American to play in the world series of Major league Baseball. In paragraph of” I Never Had It Made” sentences four and five, it states, “ It would be the first time that a black man would be allowed to participate in a world series. I had become the first black player in the Major League Baseball. This quote explains how Jackie Robinson made a big impact on his country by being the first African American to play Major League Baseball. In paragraph 3, “Some of my own teammates refused me because I was black.” This quote shows that how the white people showing racism to Robinson.“I had been forced to live with snubs and rebuffs and rejections.” He was the first African-American to create large difficulties to make a breakthrough around his life. Black people supported me with loyalty and showing allegiance. Robinson faced a great deal of discrimination from his team, opposing team, and the crowd, but he did not respond generously, but with his play. Paragraph 12, it states, “The black and the young were my cheering squads.” Jackie Robinson made history in 1947 when he broke baseballs color barrier to play for the Brooklyn Dodgers. As the matter of fact, Jackie Robinson made a huge impact in the world by not only integrating Major League Baseball but he also helped the people bring acceptance and he also opened up

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