Mackenzie LeRoy 5/4/14 African American History Selma of the North The Selma of the North: Civil Rights Insurgency in Milwaukee The Selma of the North: Civil Rights Insurgency in Milwaukee, written by Patrick D. Jones, pushes to distinguish northern life and the more popular southern movement and to what extent they influenced one another. The African American community that lived in Milwaukee were subjected to discrimination in housing, employment, and educational opportunities. There were many
were surrounding him while crying and screaming at the top of his lungs “the Lord sent it, the Lord”. Someone also mentioned that they experience themselves seeing Stones fall from the sky and crushing people to death. Reporters say there were 100 cannons going off (San Francisco Earthquake, 3). People who lived fifty miles away from the fire was able to “read the newspaper at
champion he expects the best from himself and inspires the best in others. All the while Schwarzenegger puts his family first as husband of fifteen years to broadcast journalist Maria Shriver and father to their four children Katherine, Christina, Patrick and Christopher.