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It seems unimaginable that just fifty years ago segregation existed Today in 2013 segregation existed as it once did In 1963 African Americans werent allowed to eat or even use the same rest rooms as Caucasians I couldnt image what it was like for African Americans during that time Now in 2013 African Americans arent treated how they once were and do thing they once were deprived of During the present time in 2013 segregation didnt have the same value as it did before to people in 1963 to 2013 African American people in 2013 are now allowed to communicate and have relationship as well to with one another as well to In 1963 Caucasians and African Americans werent allowed to use the same restroom or eating area Fifty years from 1963 and not being able to talk to another race would be abnormal Many different races such as African Americans Caucasian Asians and Hispanics can all be a part as one They can be in public openly together and attend school together Before there werent any different kinds of races attending school together It was against the laws in the south Over time a young man named James Meredith became the first African American to be admitted to the University of Mississippi during 1963 James Meredith became a great role model during that time and didnt let anyone convince him not to apply to that school Martin Luther king Jr Once said during the public I had a dream speech during the march on Washington on the Lincoln memorial steps august 1963 that I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character What Martin Luther King Jr said meant
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