Not only did these men yell vulgar words, but they also went up to the bus to hit the windows with the sole purpose of scaring off the Riders. The part that really shocked me was when these men followed the bus up until it got a flat tire and set the fuel tank on fire, putting at risk the life of all these innocent people. Although the Riders were constantly being haunted by hate crimes, they refused to give in to violence and give up on their mission. This movement played a major role in our history, but it is important to remember and recognize what the Riders had to suffer
At the start of the movie Gerry Bertier despised the different skinned people, he didn’t even talk to them or look at them, when they were about to board the bus, Gerry went up to coach Boone with ray behind him and was telling him that he was going to play the position that he wanted to play, and was also telling him how to run the team. This part of the movie is important because it shows how Gerry thought about Coach Boone. His attitude started to change when they were halfway through their camp training when peedee got tackled and then they started pushing each (not in an aggressive way) other saying left side, strong side, left side, strong side. This was an important part of the movie because it shows that they were finally getting along and their relationship was just starting. Because of Gerry and Julius bonding the whole team came together because Julius was the leader of the black people and
I told the coach that I didn’t think that was a good idea and that I should be put in just temporarily so that the other goalie could calm down and regroup, but my coach refused this also. My goalie partner let in two more goals before the first intermission and he had not cooled down, screaming at our teammates after each. I knew I had to talk to him and try to calm him down during the intermission. I knew he had to be feeling all alone out there, and that his team and his coaches had given up on him. When I spoke with him, I stopped him before he got into the room with everyone and tried to let him know that I had his back and gave him the impression that I was on his side.
Luckily my friend Mackenzie told me which bus to ride that would take me to the same place. I rode bus 24 and turns out my friends rode that bus and so the boy that i liked at the time. However, my home bus driver wasn 't the nicest person either. His name was Carl and drove bus number 31. He was really old, had a head full of grey hair, and always loved getting people in trouble.
Cassie and Little man would everyday either get run off the rode and get racial slurs yelled at them as that happened and while they got splashed so they made a ditch to break down the white bus. After that Cassie was afraid that the night men were going to go after her so she said, ¨But shouldn 't we tell Mama?¨ about what they did to the bus but they did not tell her luckily the night men didn 't come for them. After that they had finally gotten to the point that she felt accomplished because the white kids had to walk now to. Cassie proved she was courageous by standing up for Little Man, helping T.J. even though he had done things to Cassie 's family, and the bus incident. Cassie shows courage because she doesn 't think it is right how because of the color of her skin that she gets treated and her family and some friends get torcherd because of the color of their skin.Cassie shows courage by standing up for people that have hurt them in the past but still helps them because they are in trouble.
You know I won’t! Katniss, remember I —’ he says, and they [Peacekeepers] yank us apart and slam the door and I’ll never know what it was he wanted me to remember (Collins 41).” He was just about to say I love you in case she didn’t survive, but he didn’t get the chance. Gale also snaps at Katniss when she says she doesn’t want to have kids and when she doesn’t want to run away with him. “ ‘We could do it, you know,’ Gale says quietly. ‘What?’, I ask.
Jane Austen’s first published work, Sense and Sensibility, a romantic novel, appeared in the year 1811. The world was first introduced to her portrayal of realism in English literature. Wisdom, self- control, emotion, enthusiasm, love, romance and heartbreak- all the basic realities of life are portrayed through Austen’s characters the Dashwood sisters- Elinore, Marianne and Margaret. At the end of the novel, the reader is given full freedom to decide whether sense and sensibility has emerged or not. This book is a beautiful and powerful introduction to Austen’s classics, a sensible, sensitive and delightful read about the extraordinary power of women ‘Pride and Prejudice’ is considered to be the finest novel of Jane Austen, and is a work of art in the history of English fiction.
The day of her 13th birthday Anne was presented with a diary, which filled with much happiness and decided to call kitty; who would believe that the diary would become her best friend who would tell all her experiences and thoughts. “I can shake off everything as I write; my sorrows disappear, my courage is reborn.” (Anne Frank). Anne led a normal and pleasant life with her family; it includes her mother Edith Frank-Holländer, her father Otto Frank and her sister three years older, Margot. The beginning of the diary of Anne Frank, talks about her normal life, details of how was the school;
Recently, it came to my attention that a new law was made, it now states that causing offence is illegal and doing anything or saying something that causes another person to be uncomfortable or highly disagreeable is illegal. Everyone is obeying and abiding by this new law and not even a few days have passed since this new law has been enforced. Already, people are saying that the statues of mine should be taken down because of what I have said or done in the past to cause someone to be uncomfortable. At the time of being rewarded with my statues, this law did not exist. There are a great deal of I should be recognized for what I did to save a substantial amount of lives and not held to a standard that did not exist in my time.
I chose to test this concept because I believe that it is such a big thing that we cannot fully rely on our own memories. While I was testing this concept on my friend, I had slightly expected her to say that “no, Hunny this never occurred” and “we never went to café.” Nevertheless, I anticipated more that she would buy my story and agree on going to the café. That is exactly what happened. When, I told her that this was a false memory that I was trying to create she did not believe me. She said that we did went to the café and when we were returning there was lot of traffic.
Tynans bus reached the bus stop and stopped. Tynan was really scared of his usual bus driver because if anyone ever looked at him they would yell at them very loud. So he kept his head down and was walking to his assigned seat on the bus. Tynan wasn 't popular and kept headphones on his ears. When they got to the next bus stop it came to him that there was none else on the bus.
While they were there, they were stripped of their rights.They even protested in jail! They would sing loud songs at no end. The officers thought that taking people 's stuff like mattresses and toothbrushes would make them stop, but it didn 't. So they started hosing people and they kept singing.Nothing could make then stop.when they
Of course the officers eventually weren’t allowing him to keep coming back to bug us about it and told him to go to the court and take the problem to a civil court judge. Since we know he was going to keep bugging us and trying to take our belongings me and my mom got a restraining order against him and the judge granted it. We finally just wanted to move and get away from all this stuff. But he tried to stop us since we had to tell the judge we were moving and he heard it during court. He obviously didn’t want us moving because he wanted our belongings since we kicked him out.
P’s MTA bus was stopped and P asked MOS what was happening and MOS Kane approached P and stated that it was an emergency. P stated that explanation was not good enough and MOS Kane stated again that he would explain later and MOS Kane went back to stopping traffic. After a couple of minutes, P exited the bus, with the doors opened, approached MOS Kane’s NYPD vehicle. P informed MOS that he needed the RMP #, MOS name and badge# and why the bus was stopped. MOS stated again that that he would explain everything later and MOS Kane grabbed P’s wrist and placed his hand on P’s shoulder and escorted P to the bus.
Have you ever been in a situation that you know what the outcome is and you know that it’s bad but you still do it anyways? In the book “The Other Wes Moore”, the Other Wes was headed down a path of drugs and getting in trouble with the cops. On pages 112-113 one day Wes was standing on the streets when someone came up and asked them “Do you guys know where I can buy some rocks?” (113), Wes knew that he looked suspicious and everything he knew pointed out to him that he was an undercover cop. Wes turned him down at first but he got to thinking and didn’t want to lose a sale which was a terrible idea. I told him not to, but he just didn’t listen and look what happened.