Arab Spring: Leaders Of The Civil Rights Movement

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Human civilization has been forever plagued by class order and inequality. Not just in the U.S., but the whole world. For example the Civil Rights movement, Russian Revolution, Arab Spring and many others. All of these Revolutions were caused because they wanted the same rights as the person next to them. The Civil Rights movement was the one that was based more in America. Key leaders of the movement were Malcom X, Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks.They had many problems with segregation, and violence they protested against many white men and women who thought they didn’t deserve the same rights that they had. Arab spring was a quick revolution. The reason for Arab spring was that the government was corrupt. Which means that the government …show more content…

The communist system seemed to be designed to eliminate the tremendous class inequalities. The revolution, started by Vladimir Lenin, was a bloody success. That success was turned upside down by the traitor to the dream, by the ruthless, Joseph Stalin. Stalin, Leon Trotsky, and Vyacheslav Molotov ruled the country. The people were so sick and tired of being hungry and abused, they did their best to try to overrule him.After eventually overruling the Czar three men named Joseph Stalin, Leon Trotsky, and Vyacheslav Molotov.Who tried to attempt at making the country a better place, but had failed once again. Since this was such a big outcome in history there was a book made to resemble the revolution.It was called Animal Farm. Animal Farm consisted of characters such as Napoleon, Squealer, and Snowball. These three main characters were used to represent the main leaders. For example, Napoleon was Joseph Stalin, Snowball was Leon Trotsky, Squealer was Vyacheslav Molotov, Farmer Jones was Czar Nicholas, and Old Major was Karl Marx. These characters were an allegory for what actually acured in society in Russia.As demonstrated throughout history, progress is most effectively achieved by working together through the Civil Rights movement, the Russian Revolution, and the Revolution of …show more content…

Another action that took place was when Malcolm X would go out, and talk about peace and nonviolence in help gaining equal rights. Finally one of the most memorable things that most people remember today is the Martin Luther King Jr. “I Have a dream speech”. In the speech he talked about people such as him gaining freedom and equality.The civil rights movement was was about people of all races gaining equal rights.Through many years African Americans did not have the same rights that white people had.They had many problems with police brutality, they did not have the same opportunities when it came to jobs, and also simple things like not being able to vote and using the same utilities. This was such a big deal because it took many years for people to actually gain those rights and even after that African Americans were not completely treated right. It took many protests and boycotts to get to where the world is now.“I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of it’s creed- we hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal.”Big movements

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