The Next Civil Right Movement Analysis

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Do you imagined how the world was on time ago like 1930s, 1950s and 1960s. In the article ‘’The Next Civil Right Movement’’ and the book ‘’To Kill a Mockingbird’’ are related with racism, prejudice, and discrimination. The world should be without racism and without discrimination! People do not have the right to discriminate against others much less decide whether to kill him. The effects of those deaths and discrimination in the past are still seen in the present, there are people who try to change that as Atticus in the history of to kill a mockingbird, and Martin Luther as an example of the article The Next Civil Rights
Movement. There are people who discriminate and there are others who defend people regardless of race or color, The Next Movement …show more content…

Those people who are discriminated against by the general are hated, when a person looks at another person differently his gaze becomes cold and crosses that person as if it were a spear of thread and this is how you form the hate. Hate generates more hatred and becomes a chain of hatred. (Fredrick C.) American civil war,and the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960 4,000 blacks were lynched in Jim Crow South. Imagine that those people who killed had a family, how would you feel if they killed were part of your family? what would you do? Would you hate the people who did that? I think most would do it, and then that person, has a family that family will grow up thinking about hate? !!!. Then the people who killed that other person, believe that there could be peace like this, believe that it is peace, but that is false. The peace that people impose by killing others is not true peace! (Harris, Fredrick C.)
Jem, Tom Robinson, Dill, Boo Radley, Mr.Raymond and all the black persons can be identified as mockingbirds (innocents) who have been injured or destroyed through contact with

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