Allen started with ball since he was on the court. Allen had thought to himself he was indomitable against the man due to the man’s clothe. But once Allen tried driving in for a layup the man jumped in the air with a truculent manner and blocked Allen’s layup. Allen knew this man was playing unfeigned , Allen had to now step up his game. After the man had blocked Allen’s shot he has said “Name’s John.” The man walked back to the three point to line in order to receive the ball.
They expect us to be out in the field at a certain time knowing it takes us time to get stuff done and sometimes something gets in our way. They are unfair and treat us differently as the returner players. They only think about themselves instead of the whole team as well. Statements of Prior Attempts to Redress Grievances Even after all of this unfairness and mistreatment, we have explained how we felt to both our parents and coaches. However, our complaints don 't really matter to the teachers.
Coach did the complete opposite of what had told me. Coach had players in the game that was messing up big time. Coach duck still wouldn’t take the players out the game for nothing. He had players in that game that was literally just giving the game away for us and he had back up players that could really get in and help the team out in a positive way. Anyways we lost our game not just lost but we [Type text] got whipped.
I always would remember a quote that my coach told me and the team “Do you want to be history or make history?” When the game was over everyone looked up at the scoreboard. The score was 20 to 14. When I turned around and looked at everyone I saw many down faces and tears. Coach Newton called the team together in our locker. One of the players took the game so hard that he did not want to come together with the team.
None of the guys on varsity put in effort every day at practice like the coaches ask. I feel like if some of them actually tried we could be pretty good because we have all been playing together since t-ball and now we all know the game pretty well. I think that if we put as much effort as they do in basketball and football then we should be just as good as they are in those sports. The coach’s effort to make the team better is really low. They don 't move people around in practice to see who should be where or to see if there is anyone who is better than someone.
King was a non-violence guy he just wanted his children to go to the same school, or his children to not see the signs and not understand why this is happening to them because it 's not fair. Segregation needs to end! We all want freedom at last! In the “Letter From Birmingham Jail” King wanted to express and protest against racism, but in a nonviolent way. Martin Luther King never wanted violence in his life, all he wanted was freedom for everyone.
When Martin Luther protested an fought for the right of the colored people he did in a nonviolent way but the rulers did not use the same method. According to the article Selma to Montgomery March “The marchers didn’t get far before Alabama state troopers wielding whips, nightsticks and tear gas rushed the group at the Edmund Pettis Bridge and beat them back to Selma.” The ruled risk getting punished harshly but that doesn’t take away their responsibility. It is the citizens duty to create a safe and equal environment for everyone. “You are our sovereign, our Government, only so long as we consider ourselves your subjects” (pg.176). Citizens can’t be managed by the rulers in everything they do.
Gandhi, leader of the indian independence movement. Gandhi put in a lot of hard work to gain their independence, was imprisoned many times, but has inspired movements for civil rights and freedom across the world. In his essay he mentioned twice about how they will not obey their laws. He mentioned this when he said “We made it clear to the said Government that we would never bow to its outrageous laws” and also when he said “but so long there is yet life in these our bones, we will never comply with your arbitrary laws.” This demonstrates civil disobedience because he just told them simply and peacefully that they will not abide by those laws they've set. They didn't try to fight or overrule the government, they just informed them what they were doing, and they protested without using violence.
I missed the days where we would go outside and just shoot hoops and play games for fun instead of for practice. The summer after my sophomore year is when I really started to lose interest in basketball. I loved the sport, but it was getting too serious. The pressure was on because we lost our five seniors who were the main varsity players and were left with only one other girl who seriously played varsity, Makaelyn. Our luck went downhill when we were at a summer camp and Makaelyn tore her ACL.