On October 7,2015 when this heartbreaking story started. Three incont girl who never got in trouble had their first detentions that day. It all started when 15 student were confirmed missing at scool located at 5465 EL Cajon Blvd. Iftin Charter school was known for many things and one of them is people disappearing. On October 8,2015 those 15 students who disappeared were again confirmed dead .
brutality against Alabama Negros. The film opens with a scene with four little girls having a conversation walking down the stairs at church, a loud sound effect played in the middle of one of girls sentences and due to that church bombing the four little girls didn’t make it out alive. In the film, the bombing took place in 1964 but it really took place in 1963. On February 18, 1965, a 26- year -old church deacon, Jimmie Lee Jackson took part in a peaceful protest but the police men attacked him with Billy clubs ,soon after Jimmie ran in a restaurant called "Mack's Cafe", when he rushed in there the camera focused on him yelling and telling his grandfather and mother to pretend like they’re reading the menu, minutes later the state troopers
Since the historically deadly shooting that occurred at a church in Charleston, South Carolina, it has been fifty-one years. There was also another attack on a southern black church that was allegedly bombed by the Ku Klux Klan on September 15th, 1963. In all the ramshackle, four young girls were unfortunately caught in between the incidences and they lost their lives. Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robertson, and Addie Mae Collins were 14 years old when the bombing took place; Denise McNair was 11 years old (Kadzin, 2008). Denise McNair was a very close friend to Gwen Moten.
Addie, Cynthia, Carole, were only fourteen years old, and Denise was only eleven. The girls died so young, there were so many great experiences that they sadly never got to have. Carole, in fact, was wearing her first pair of heels the day of the bomb (Howard, Betsy Child). The fact that these innocent girls died that day because of
When the bomb detonated at 9:02, Rogers was thrown backward onto the floor with a desk and other office items landing around her. When she looked up, every one of her eight colleagues that was in the room with her had vanished. She started hollering, “Where are you guys? Where are you guys?” In the next few moments, before car and building alarms triggered by the bomb began to howl, before the sirens of the police cars and fire engines, and before the cries of the trapped and injured rang out, Rogers experienced an “eerie
The police had attack dogs, there were bombs exploded, and four little black girls were killed at a church all in a little over a week. Birmingham jails were full, and police were concerned they weren't going to be able to contain the protesters and it resulted in them using water hoses on the mobs of people injuring many people. The protest in Birmingham left so much impact "President John F. Kennedy would later say, "The events in Birmingham... have so increased the cries for equality that no city or state or legislative body can prudently choose to ignore them."" (PBS,
When people riot not only do people get hurt, but many others get in trouble or even arrested. In this riot 60 people were arrested. This fact proves that fans can go too far because they are getting in trouble with the authority just because their soccer team lost. Along with injuring people and getting arrested people people make decisions that are worse. People make decisions that are not good for them, and can hurt them in the long run.
Based on what I read I can infer that Martin Luther King Jr was very successful with his and many others challenge, black rights. In his time black people were shot at beaten and bombed because they had a different skin color. I know this because in the biography of Martin Luther King Jr. it states, "He received threats on a daily bases. Everywhere he went he was in danger of physical attack. Many supporters of the civil rights were killed.
This changed when it came to several confrontations starting September 24th. On September 24th a group of protestors was headed towards Union Square and was blocking several streets along the way, which led to the arrest of around 80 protestors. Although this is understandable, it was what happened while these arrests were made that caused media attention to skyrocket. During the arrests, police was indiscriminately using pepper spray in situation where the use of pepper spray was unnecessary or on already detained protestors. Most of it was caught on video and led to the increased interest of the media and the general public.