Comparing The Right To The Streets Of Memphis By Richard Wright

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Why should we give up everything we have fought for? The US has been fighting for freedom since the early 1700s. So why would we want to be safe over free? Right to the streets of Memphis, Huckleberry Finn and The Civil Right Movement demonstrates that it's better to have freedom because you don't depend in other decisions. In the Right to the Streets of Memphis by Richard Wright, Richard makes the decision to confront the bullies that beat him up every time he goes to the store. In this event Richard didn't want to be stop anymore by those boys who never let him go to buy groceries until he standed up for himself and beat the boys. Richard shows how important is to have freedom fighting against the bullies and taught us that we …show more content…

Also in Huckleberry Finn by Marci Twain, Huck demonstrates his individuality when he chooses to help Miss Watson's slave Jim to escape. In this event Huck helps Jim because because he understands that Jim is a human being and as that we all have the right of an unrestricted life, this means that we have the right to choose what we want to do with our life by making decisions that we think are the best for our future. Huck also let us know that only being free you can express your own moral values and thoughts about society like in this case is equality. In addition during the Civil Rights Movement (1955-1968) People protest against racial segregation and discrimination leadered by Martin Luther King Jr, Rosa Parks, Malcolm X and Andrew Goodman. Fighting for our liberty and race equality they risked and sometimes lost their lives in the name or freedom and equality. This event demonstrates that freedom is the most important right that people should have, they even died for us to have justice, liberty and equality because they knew that it is the only way you can make decisions about you and your benefits to have a good quality of

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