Football and baseball super star Bo Jackson, had a life that was anything but ordinary. As a young man, he had an almost super human strength to him that no one else had seen before on a kid. He excelled in multiple sports because of his strength and speed, but where he really shined was baseball and football. Bo ended up being one of the best known American athletes because of his capability of great strength, humility, and national heroism. Bo Jackson had an amazing sense of strength and courage to himself.
Bo Jackson is an epic hero. He is a sports legend. He has changed the lives and ideologies of many people. He didn’t follow society’s norms. He played the sports he wanted to, which lead to him playing two professional sports, football and baseball.
Bo Jackson is known for his ability to play, both, baseball and football at the professional level and succeed at doing so. Bo did many things other great athletes could not even imagine doing. No matter what Bo did he made it look easy, and supernatural. Bo gave people around the Nation hope that they could accomplish great things like him if they worked hard enough. He made things that seemed unrealistic suddenly realistic.
Michael Joseph Jackson, born in Gary, Indiana on August 29, 1958. He was the sixth child of Joe and Katherine Jackson. Michael and his siblings were surrounded by music their entire life. When Michael was a young boy he listen to Sammy Davis and would always be dancing. In 1963, when he was only five years old, he performed an amazing portrayal of “Climb Every Mountain”.
Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson was a war torn father, an educator, and most importantly a fearless and honorable military leader during the Civil War and the Mexican-American war. He had a rough past and a bright future, this man truly knew the definition of bravery and honor. He was so confident that he stood in the face of death with no fear or regret. Until his ironic death on May 10th 1863, Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson’s name is known by many but few know the true story.
Jackie Robinson The First African-American Baseball Player First black baseball player, selfless, and courage are three attributes that describe Jackie Robinson. Many people know that Jackie Robinson was a baseball player, but he was so much more. As a well known baseball player, Jackie Robinson showed pro sports that it is all right to have a black person play. He broke the professional baseball color barrier.
Stepping into the batter's box with the crowd going wild and then seconds later it is dead silent: Joe was a nervous wreck trying not ruin the longest hitting streak in Major League Baseball (MLB). He was one of the greatest hitters and center fielders in all of baseball history. DiMaggio, otherwise known as the “Yankee Clipper” and “Joltin’ Joe”, was famous for his gracefulness both at the plate and out on the field. Joe used an unusually wide batting stance to achieve his record breaking 56 game hitting streak. He spent his whole career with the Yankees and lead the team to nine World Series Championships.
4,000. That is the number of cherokee that died because of Andrew Jackson just in the Trail of Tears. Jackson was not president at this time but his policies still led to the trail of tears, he did lead the Indian Removal act though and he was apart of Manifest Destiny, these reasons apply why Jackson was a villain. Jackson was a terrible role model for this country. He killed many innocent people for what he thought was for the good of the U.S.A.
Andrew Jackson's Life Andrew Jackson was a brave and violent man that faced his problems head on. I think he was a indian hating man that did do some good things for the U.S. He grew hate for the british when they took his mother and made him clean a soldier's boots. Andrew refused to do it and the soldier got mad and swung his sword at his head, but caught the blade with his hand. He never really said he didn’t really like indians but, his actions showed it.
Andrew Jackson was born on March 15, 1767 in the Waxhaws region between North Carolina and South Carolina. His parents were Andrew and Elizabeth Jackson who were Scottish and Irish immigrants who came to the United States in 1765. Jackson grew up in poverty in the wilderness with an erratic education a few years before the Revolutionary War reached the Carolinas. At age 13 Jackson joined the local militia and was a patriot courier. In 1781 Jackson received a permanent scar on his face and chest from a British Officer when he refused to polish a redcoats boots.
My report is on Andrew Jackson. I will be talking about his life, childhood, education, salvation, marriage and family, and his accomplishments. Andrew Jackson was born on March 15 ,1767, in North Carolina, Waxhaws. Jackson grew up on the American frontier as the son of very poor farmers. He was a wild boy who like all kids got in trouble.
Jackie Robinson a Hero of Social Justice Social justice is the judicious distribution of wealth, opportunities, and privileges within a society. So, a Social Justice Hero is someone who made significant contributions to the advancement of social justice. My social justice hero is Jackie Robinson. I will demonstrate that he deserves to be inducted into the Zion Museum of Social Justice Heroes. I had no prior knowledge of social justice or who Jackie Robinson was.
Andrew Jackson, some say hero, others say monster. Although, history has clearly shown that he is one of America's greatest heroes. Take the battle of New Orleans for example. A great victory for the States in the War of 1812. He was also a log cabin president, meaning he was born poor.
American actor Christopher Reeve once quoted, "A hero is an ordinary individual who finds strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles" (Brainy Quote). Not only did he play a hero as Superman, he truly became one in his personal life. After becoming a quadriplegic Reeve became a spokesperson for people with spinal cord injuries. A hero is a person one admires because of the qualities and selfless actions they exemplify to overcome adversity and inspire others. Heroism is apparent in literature, history, and in our own life.