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Ministers In Search Of Justice Everyone in a stage of their life have encountered themselves with racism Imagine yourself in the life of an African American in the 1950s You wake up every morning in this segregated world not knowing if god made the right choice in having you wake up You think of the Jim Crow laws that have been put in order that dont allow whites to mix with blacks and you say to yourself when are we going to put an end to this injustice when are we going to find someone who wont be afraid to fight for us for we are too much afraid of doing so Well look no further Dr Martin Luther King Jr is the man who fights for the African Americans in a non-violent method Of course we always have the opposite of non-violent Malcolm X Little is the man who fights for the African American rights using the method of By all means necessary This period of time when African Americans protested to gain their equal right is known as The Struggle For Civil Rights Malcolm Little known better as Malcolm X was born in 1925 Growing up in poverty was a difficult thing to do Malcolm didnt see himself capable enough to succeed in life Since this was a white-dominated world the fact of being black lowered his chances in life His dream was to become a professional lawyer when he grew up but his hopes were soon crushed by one of his white teachers He was told We all here like youBut youve got to be realistic about being a nigger A lawyer---thats no realistic goal for a nigger why dont you plan on carpentry Textbook pg 773 With his only hopes in succeeding in life crushed Malcolm soon dropped out of school and turned to the wrong side of life He was in jail but there learned the teachings of
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