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Muhammad Ali Persuasive Exposition

Summary: Cassius Clay, later known as Muhammad Ali, illustrated many protest movements. He was a proud Black African-American who didn't want to integrate into the White American way of life, and showed it by controversially converting to the Nation of Islam. When called upon to be conscripted in the Vietnam War Ali refused to because of personal and religious beliefs.
Clay/Ali is a figure of protest"

Not only do I agree with the following statement written above, but many others would share the same perception as I do. Muhammad Ali illustrated many protest movements. He was a proud Black African-American who didn't want to integrate into the White American way of life, and showed it by controversially converting to the Nation of Islam. When called upon to be conscripted in the Vietnam War Ali refused to because of personal and religious beliefs.

After his boxing career, Ali appeared on the global stage showing his support and love for children and war victims.

Muhammad Ali had an enormous amount of pride for his African roots, as he didn't want to integrate into the white society.

At an early age Ali saw the different treatment of Black and White people. He would here racial slurs such as...

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