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Faith has helped people to move along knowing that things will get betterMuhammad Bilal was a 11 year old boy who lived off the coast of Sierra Leone West Africa He was captured without any premonition and put on a ship as a slave He remembered having his arms wrenched behind him and tied and then being put into a line with other boys his age Muhammad was in hope he would be emancipated released from the horrible conditions of the ship In the ship there were raucous conditions They barely got any water or food Nobody had any space to move or stretch He had never been trapped he was afraid He closed his eyes and looked into himself and tried to speak but no sound came He gathered what moisture he could from his parched throat licked his lips and whispered a vow to himself that he would live Muhammads mind after the first month of his capture was filled with the effort to breathe He was dubious of what might happen to him But he tried to stay positive and spiritual Muhammad did not know what the incentives of the white men were when the hoarded him on the ship He was trying to think forward to an ending of his torment trying to think of being free againLuvenia was a smart-witted girl She had faith in herself despite of losing her job One day she found a note stuck to her door that had been addressed to her by Mr Deets It read that she was fired Mr Deets was a brusque guy He didnt treat African Americans the way they should be treated She knew that she could do better with herself and make a good life for her She said to her godmother Miss Etta I know I can do hair I know I can As Luvenia was stepping out from her apartment a man said to Luvenia
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