The Native Americans were forced to travel to the east of Mississippi. This trip was brutal on them and it took a lot of lives. The Native Americans went through several wars and massacres in order to try and save their land which ended up taking a lot of Native Americans lives. Some of the following wars were Pequot War, King Phillips War, Pueblo Revolt, French and Indian War, Pontiac’s Conspiracy, Battle of Tippecanoe and First Seminole War.
Have you ever thought what it felt to be a young 11 year old in a war in Africa all alone without his family? Salva is an eleven year old boy from the Dinka tribe in South Sudan. Salva experienced one of the worst things that could happen to a kid, his family being torn apart by war. The war took place between June 5, 1983 and January 9, 2005. It took mostly in South Sudan because the muslim government wanted the tribes to practice the muslim religion.
Living in the middle of a warzone has become second nature for the refugees living in Southern Sudan. The novel, A Long Walk to Water, written by Linda Sue Park is based on the true story of Salva and his journey to refugee camps all over Africa over the last 30 years. Salva was one of the thousands of Lost Boys to make it out of Sudan and travel to America for safety. Through all of this Salva has proven he is a survivor by enduring hostile environments, being a leader for others, and pushing forward despite the loss of his friends and family. There are many ways Salva has shown he is a survivor, but the biggest example was him undergoing the harsh environments of Southern Sudan.
One of our presidents defied the Supreme Court, murdered people, and destroyed thousands of lives. This could only be one person in U.S. history, Andrew Jackson. He did many horrible things during his life, some were barbaric and were unprecedented for his time. He forced thousands of Native Americans from their homelands during the Trail of Tears. He had many traits that made him that made him do many bad things.
This heart wrenching story is told by the cousins Benson Deng, Alephonsion Deng, and Benjamin Ajak with the help of Judy A. Bernstein. It depicts the struggles and the survival of the Lost Boys during the war in Sudan. These three young men share the hardships they faced in Sudan during the war and the hardships they encountered in America. The novel is split into four parts, each part telling a different part of their journeys. Part one, The Village of Juol, illustrates they early childhood these boys had in Sudan.
The play Fences is a drama written by August Wilson who was one of six children and also dealt with opeesrrions and racism when he dropped out of school due the struggles of racism. The play Fences presents the character Troy Maxson a person who has faced racism and discrimanation throughout his life. The Pulitzer Prize winning play is set in 1957-1965, a time when African-Amercians where hopeful for a better life. In Fences, racism haunts Troy Maxon’s life past and present. The play brings the view of racism in the world through Tory Maxson, family and friends.
With great emotion, Dr. King speaks on his daughter and son not being able to do thing the white children could do. He wrote, “when you suddenly find your tongue twisted and your speech stammering as you seek to explain to your six year old daughter why she can't go to the public amusement park that has just been advertised on television, and see tears welling up in her eyes when she is told that Funtown is closed to colored children, and see ominous clouds of inferiority beginning to form in her little mental sky, and see her beginning to distort her
Ladies were dragged from their homes by warriors whose dialect they couldn 't get it. Kids were regularly isolated from their guardians and crashed into stockades with the sky for a cover and the earth for a cushion. What 's more, regularly the old and decrepit were pushed with pikes to rush them to the stockades. In one home demise had come amid the night, somewhat tragic confronted youngster had passed on and was lying on a bear skin love seat and a few ladies were setting up the
Malcolm’s mother never recovered psychologically from the grief and shock of her husband’s death, and had to cook dandelion greens from the street to feed her children alone. Louise Little was eventually committed to the State Mental Hospital in Kalamazoo for 26-years. Malcolm was placed in a various juvenile homes and with other family members; he dropped out of 8th grade, started a life of petty criminal activities, and got the street name of Detroit Red, mainly because of his brown-reddish tone hair from his Scottish’s maternal grandfather. He moved to Harlem, New York in 1943, and spiraled downward into a life of dangerous crime and landed in Norfolk Prison Colony, Massachusetts,
At 14, he was bullied by a boy in school and John stabbed him, luckily the boy survived. When he was 15 he killed his first man and spent the rest of his life being in trouble with the law. It seemed wherever John went from Kansas to Texas, he always found trouble. Some say John killed 20 people over his lifetime and others say up to 40.
This was a vast number of people. A significant impact of the Indian Removal Act of 1820 was the Trail of Tears. The Trail of tears represents one of the most brutal and morbid episodes in American history. The Cherokee Nation lost a majority of their population due to the spreading of diseases due to cold weather with lack of proper clothing attire.
On Tuesday November 12, 1963 Ponyboy Curtis and Johnny Cade go missing after the scene of Bob Sheldon’s murder. The two boys were seen running by the the park just before the incident, witnesses say that there had been a gang fight including Curtis, Cade, and Sheldon. Police believe Curtis and Cade are on the run because of the devastation last night. Police caution everyone in the area of Tulsa of Ponyboy Curtis and Johnny Cade as we are unaware if they are armed with weapons.