Eleanor Roosevelt's The Little Rock Nine

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Eleanor Roosevelt had once stated “You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You must do the think which you think you cannot do.” An interpretation of this is that the only way growth and courage can increase is when the time is taken to perform at the best state possible. This can occurs when there is a challenge which may or may not be extremely difficult, but you must push forward and come out ahead. The Little Rock nine had to endure going to school facing true hatred and constant denigrate each and everyday. They would come home muddled and morose, hoping that the next day it would be better. Some have refined tactics to give no gratification to the oppressors, thus
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