Malcolm X 's approach towards racial equality was always "by any means necessary", meaning he promoted followers of the Islam religion to defend themselves and do what they had to do. Malcolm X believed African-Americans didn 't need to fight for civil rights in a country where they were only brought to as slaves. He wanted them to embrace their roots and isolate themselves.
The leader whose methods were most effective during the civil rights movement was Martin Luther King Jr. His main goal during the civil rights movement was to have the whites and the blacks all come together to form equality. He fought for this equality through a nonviolent approach, which granted him respect from different races all over the world. Nonviolence also allowed the African Americans to achieve their goal.
“..I shall proceed with such co-workers of the Ashram [Community] as I can take, to disregard the provisions of the Salt Laws.” (Document A, Gandhi). Gandhi knew he had people to back him and fight, (nonviolently speaking), with him. Even before the Salt March truly began people lined up behind Gandhi and joined him in his march for freedom. The loyalty of these people is what really kept the movement alive.
A man named Bob Dylan was a good white man, he cared about the welfare of black people. He cared so much that he wrote a biased song about Emmett Till against the people who murdered him. Many people throughout history craved equal rights, but only some of them got it. The Civil Rights Movement was a movement for unity and salvation. The black folk were trying to persuade the white people to let them have equal rights and become united into a single, honourable country.
“‘As my sufferings mounted,’ Martin Luther King Jr. once wrote, ‘I soon realized that there were two ways that I could respond to my situation: either to react with bitterness or seek to transform the suffering into a creative force’” (Bromell, 2013, p.
Hayes has had a rough life from being a slave to having his school burnt down, and now having a family and 2 kids, its amazing. Hayes and LeLe are very grateful for their lives and that their children won’t have to be slaves like them. Today is the grand opening of his new university. People from all over came to see him and this new school.
“The civil rights movement was based on faith. Many of us who were participants in this movement saw our involvement as an extension of our faith. We saw ourselves doing the work of the Almighty. Segregation and racial discrimination were not in keeping with our faith, so we had to do something.” -- John Lewis
Yet, Malcolm 's view point slightly shifted as he encouraged his audience to take pride in their African heritage and to consider armed self-defense rather than relying solely on non-violence. In 1964 he spoke about his beliefs in equal treatment, he doesn 't believe in the brotherhood with a white man, someone who treats him with discourtesy (D11: Malcolm X). Malcolm 's influenced many African Americans and with that shaped change within the government through awareness being raised. His words led to new legislation, something that resulted from the shift as a whole. In 1965 the voting rights bill was passed, a bill that was “the latest and among the most important, in a long series of victories” (D:6 LBJ).
(Martin Luther King Jr.). In addition, another person that inspired Martin Luther King Jr. was Abraham Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln inspired Martin Luther King Jr. because they both wanted equality for African Americans. To continue, there was a bunch of poets Martin Luther King Jr. was inspired by. Some of their names were William Cullen Bryant, James Russell Lowell, John Donne, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Malcolm X a main leader and speaker for the blacks went through a lot to be able to see his people happy. The help of Malcolm X was him fighting for equality and equal rights. However he did his job to inform others and can be known as a prominent figure. The cruel segregation was over; and blacks allowed to be able to eat and go to the same bathroom not white and black bathrooms or dinners.
James and his mother went from house to house, apartment to apartment. He missed 70 plus days of school and a high school kid. A man name Mr. Frank took james and helped turn james life around for the good. After he moved in with Mr. Frank he started making better grades, and he also was at school everyday and he made his mother proud by doing the right thing while she was getting things situated for the family.
After going on a bunch of dates with a bunch of random guys, she ends up meeting a British man named Tom Barlow, who needs a green card to stay in the country to continue his teaching career and to keep the child, named Charlie, that he has been raising since the boy 's mom (Tom 's fiance) died. They agree to get married out of convenience, she wants to get back at the man who turned down her marriage proposal too. But once they live together for awhile, they find that they actually have real feelings for one another that is more than just the sham they were putting on to fool the government to allow Tom to stay in the country and to make Honor 's
Him and his wife Trisha Yearwood decided to have a 3 year tour. He was actually afraid that no one would be interested, but it turned out better than he ever could have imagined. The first tour brought in millions of dollars and the attendance records were unbelievable. Garth had missed his fans and they missed him.
When Atticus was selected to defend Tom Robinson, he decided to give him a full defence instead of giving him a half-hearted one. When the whole town starts to stir that he’s defending a negro, all Atticus is thinking is “I’m simply defending a Negro --  they’re clean-living folks”(100). Atticus is showing that he believes all people are equal and deserve a fair trial; and even though the rest of the town can be harsh towards his views he sticks to them because that’s what he believes is right. This concept is also reflected onto his children, when
King also includes his audience in his letter, once stating “we will reach the goal of freedom” (King 1). King includes his audience in the idea of freedom for African Americans. He implies that freedom of King’s people is connected to the freedom of everyone just by using the pronoun ‘we’. King allows his audience to believe in a better future and also to connect with King’s people, unifying the country and promoting social equality. King not only uses pronouns to promote his thoughts, but he also uses repetition.