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In short, the whole essay sums up the logic of cause and effect, without the struggles he went through while attempting to learn, without being one the few black persons educated at that time, Frederick Douglass’ name would have been lost in history. Now that we have discussed the logic of cause and effect, we will examine who the Frederick Douglass was trying to reach by writing this
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Danny Chan English 2 November 3, 2014 During the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s, there was an extremely important event called the Freedom Rides. This event was extremely important because this action openly defied the Jim Crow Laws in the south. In the south, racism was a norm and almost everyone discriminated against the blacks. The Freedom Riders set out to change that and they have made a mark on history by defying the South’s strict rules. A man that has made a mark as deep as the freedom riders did was Dr. Martin Luther King.
Ataturk and Martin Luther King were two incredibly influential people who made huge political and cultural changes in their respective country. Despite their many differences, Ataturk and MLK shared a few similar views in that they both strived for social equality. King and Ataturk didn’t share many principles besides their fight for equality. MLK preached and lived his life based on the idea of fighting for civil rights through the use of non-violent civil disobedience. The civil rights movement that he led was one of the most influential movements in American history and changed the country forever, just like how Ataturk’s secular political movement changed Turkey forever.
Martin Luther King Jr Changes today’s world Since the human race, has been around for centuries and centuries the world we know today has always had it good and bad imperfections. While we know today, that slavery as well as segregation has always been around it still happens today in many ways. Looking back at to the 1950’s: our people of many races, especially African Americans went through a very rocky patch in life. Still today some experience this called, “racism, discrimination” for their color of skin. Most people have tried to stop this and have not succeed in helping, but a guy named Martin Luther King Jr, was the one.
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