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America was the melting pot of nations It brought every type of person who wished for a new life to its shores and gave them opportunities which would not have been available in their homelands Many came poor or with money but not enough education to read and write with extreme accuracy In the early New England colonies education was actually available for everyone who wished to entertain the notion of it Children could go to school where actual teachers would teach them Older generations wouldnt have to be worried about their offspring having the same insecurities which they now had due to their inability of furthering their minds England provinces were not usually able to give education to their masses because they were so large making the schools available in America seem amazing in their existence Though it seemed like a huge perk for many some religions disliked the wishes for the young to learn They only wanted their religion no others to be discussed and openly contemplated Some of the more restrained and conservative religions thought of free knowledge to be poisonous to their brains and faith Often prejudice and doubt stops true realization of what people want Despite some peoples goals to remain separated from those different than them education flourished and the fruits of knowledge bloomed extensively across the newly made colonies With great diversity in beliefs it became easier for people to become accepting of one another though it would take years and centuries for real prejudice to be gone from normal living However I personally believe this was the very beginning of the initial civil rights movement It brought different types of people together and they were able to stand each other True they were all white but it was civil rights in acceptance for the time period
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