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The Civil Rights Struggle: It's Time for Change

Summary: The Civil Rights Struggle has granted African-Americans many rights. We now have the right to vote, hold positions of power in the government, as well as many other rights. This struggle has made many people look at African-Americans from a totally different perspective than then would before the struggle.

Try to imagine being a descendant of thousands of years of royality and finding yourself reduced to the bondage of slavery. Can you see how our ancestors were abused, starved, killed, and even spiritually devalued and beaten? Now imagine one day after a big war being set free from enslavers with no where to turn. Can you visualize a hundred years later still struggling to obtain basic rights and privilages? What if we still lived in a world where education for African-Americans was limited. Where everyday you would go to school looking at old, battered, and outdated books and other materials that were once used by a race that considered you to be inferior. This has been this history of African-Americans in this country. The Civil Rights Struggle was formed to lower some of the effects of the aftermath of slavery; moreover, to address issues of the devoid...

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