Bobo is a dynamic character, he recognizes that he bullied Amat only because he was older and felt Amat was lower than him because he was poor even though Bobo is lower middle class as well. Bobo goes onto to befriend Amat and protect his friends from the others. Bobo sees how terrible some of the people are the team are and that they hurt people because they don’t see them as equals. William Lyt is a leader on the hockey team who takes over when Kevin is arrested. His parents moved in next to Kevin’s family so that their kids would be best friends and Williams mother is a big part of the fight against Maya and claims she was lying.
You miss every shot you don’t take, and the shots you don’t take are the ones that could mean everything. In the novel, Roll of Thunder, Hear my Cry, Mildred D. Taylor uses Stacey, a 13 year old boy to show amazing acts of courage and bravery. Stacey showed amazing acts of courage in the book, Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry, by helping T.J. get back to his house when he was beaten by R.W. and Melvin, he went to Strawberry with Papa and Mr. Morrison when he knew it might be dangerous, and he dug a hole to break the white kids bus on the way to school.In the book, Roll of Thunder, we know that Stacey is a 12-year-old boy who will stand up for what he believes in. For example, when he went to help Papa when he was hurt, he refused to stay home than go to the Wallace’s.
The National Hockey League has a problem, but it’s not the one you think it is. For decades, a group of contemptible, no-guts, cowardly momma’s boys have been trying to eradicate one of the more integral and important parts of the sport: Fighting. Since 1922, the NHL has wisely allowed bare-knuckle fighting. This has had many benefits over the years. For starters, it’s given employment to hundreds of players who couldn’t otherwise make an NHL roster, except for the fact that they can beat a guy senseless.
Late at night when Jem took Scout home from her school play, Bob was following close behind them. He broke Jem’s arm and tried to strangle Scout when suddenly someone had come to rescue them. He tried to kill Jem and Scout in an attempt to get back at Atticus. Bob was stabbed and killed by the stranger who saved Jem and Scout. Not only did they have mental damage from the trial, now they also had physical damage.
The most dangerous type of snowboarding would be freestyle. In 2009 Kevin Pearce suffered a traumatic brain injury, he hoped to compete in the 2010 Olympics, while he practiced double corks at a Park City, Halfpipe. Mark McMorris is also a victim in a tragic snowboarding incident, here’s his story, A normal Saturday for the professional snowboarder would soon take a turn for the worse, as the snowboarder was backcountry riding with his friend he slammed into a tree causing him to have fractured ribs, a fractured left arm, pelvis and jaw. He also had a collapsed left lung. Even with all of this he still has hopes of making it out and coming back with a bang.
Many young teens who lack parental supervision or parents view gang involvement as a way of belonging. Once a person has joined the gang, they must follow a strict set of rules that cannot be broken. If these rules are broken, this can result in punishment or death (“Barrio Azteca,” 2018). John Burnett, a journalist, based in Texas, explains that Los Aztecas are now seeking to recruit younger boys who are already in trouble with the law (2009). Burnett goes on to explain that these young killers, called Sicaritos, who are usually 13-14 years old.
In the United States, every year there are around 2,000 gang-related homicides and in the realistic fiction novel, The Outsiders, by S. E. Hinton, it explores the issues of gang violence, and teenagers in gangs. Around 40% of all members in gangs are teenagers who are getting involved in some dangerous experiences early in life. In the novel, The Outsiders, the “Greasers”, which is a gang of all teenagers, fight other gangs and commit serious crimes such as assault. With help, society can pinpoint why teenagers join gangs and stop them beforehand. In addition, people also need to help others leave gangs if they are already in one.
A white cop was cursing at him, calling him names, and being all-around rude. All Cube did was walk out of the house. Because of his skin color and location, the cops automatically thought that he was a drug dealer. Another scene where police brutality happened was while they were in the studio working. The five men walked outside, and the police instantly told them to get on the ground.
Stanley Yelnats’ family has a history of bad luck, on one day he walked through the streets and a pair of shoes from a famous baseball player Clyde ‘Sweet feet’ Livingston, fell on his head and he was taken by the police. They brought him to a court and the judge gave him a choice to go to prison or go to Camp Green Lake. Stanley had chosen for Camp Green Lake and he had to stay there for eighteen months. What he did not know is that the shoes came from a boy Zero( Hector Zeroni)he had dropped the shoes down from a bridge because he thought that the police was after him. So, Stanley goes to Camp Green Lake a camp with boys, he must dig a hole every day the hole was five feet deep and five feet across in the dried up lake bed.
After a very crazy night, the police officer calls a friend to arrest the fugitive, because he couldn't bring himself to do it himself. The irony in this story happens when they meet up 20 years later and end up on 2 different sides of the bars. As claimed by the author in the text on page 61, "I saw the face of the man wanted by Chicago cops. I didn’t want to arrest you myself. So I went and got another cop and sent him to do the job."