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The 1960,s

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Kolton Weaver

on 4 February 2013

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Transcript of The 1960,s

A 1960's Conversation Jackie
Robinson Jackie Robinson was a very famous baseball player. Also was the first African American to break the color barrier so he could play baseball. Martin
Luther King Martin Luther King was a very righteous man, he also was a preacher which came with a technique of a huge voice. He had a dream that he let the world know. He was a equalizer. The first televised Presidential debate had been shown. #1 Rosa
Parks Rosa Parks was another person who broke the color barrier. She sat on the white person section of a bus and refused to give it up. she was sent to jail. Wilma
Rudolph Wilma Rudolph was an African American olympic runner for the US. She won 3 gold medals for the US. Neil
Armstrong Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk
on the moon. He had a famous speech with
those steps on the moon. "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."
Armstrong said. Elvis Presley left the Army (which was tragic to the girls when he went in.) MY KEY EVENTS John F. Kennedy was elected for president. The Cuban missile crisis. Martin Luther King Jr. had made his dream speech. 1960 Plymouth XNR Concept Classic 1960 Hair Styles
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