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Struggle for Equality

This is about all the people who struggled for there equality,
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Jeremy Lamotte

on 16 April 2010

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Transcript of Struggle for Equality

Struggle for Equality Quick Facts The black people were not the only people who struggled while they were trying to gain equality The mexican farm workers walked all the way to Sacramento The mexicans struggle is not over yet Obama is putting a fence up on the border The fence will cover some of the border and there will be gaps with security round the clock will stop the immigrants Japenese Americans struggled for there equality when the Japenese bombed America Those were some quick facts Some famous people who struggled Martin Luther King Jr. lead the black and told them not to use violence César Chávez lead the mexicans in the farm workers rights movement Harriet Tubman was one of the people who started and kept the Under Ground Railroad The other was Sojourner Truth one who helped the Under ground Railroad Rosa Parks is arguably one of the biggest change makers in black history she sat on a the bus in a black seat but she did not get up when the white guy need the seat Those were some of the biggest change makers the United States of America has ever seen The End
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