Summary Of Ain T I A Woman And Letter From Birmingham Jail

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In these two articles, “Ain’t I a Woman” and “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” they both are about fighting for civil right and social change due to the unequal treatment of people based on gender and race. It is very common in the past American society since the racial discrimination and gender inequality have a huge impact on millions of people lives for more than two hundred years. Even though those people who suffered from racial and gender prejudice have fought for ending the discrimination and inequality many times throughout American history, it is not easy and smooth. In fact, fighting for social change must have good leaders to speak out for sufferers and to inspire others to stop discrimination as well as those leaders are willing to …show more content…

She showed that she is a good leader by addressing a powerful speech with strong emotion to grab her audience’s attention. She motivated other people to fight for the women’s right by saying that she is a woman, and she can do anything a man can do which implies that there is no different between female and male (Truth 2); therefore she suggested women should have the equal right compared to …show more content…

4). He devoted his time to serve as president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference to help ending the unequal treatment of people based on race. In the article, “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” King pointed out that he was in Birmingham, Alabama because here is the place filled with injustice and racial discrimination. He devoted himself to helping black people and others who suffered from unequal treatment to cease racial inequality by nonviolent action, but as time flies by, the result was disappointed, and the progress was very slow. He then encouraged his fellow to take the next action, direct action, since King though that “Nonviolent tension is necessary for growth,” (para. 10) and he was ready to take account for outcome he had

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