Chapter Summary And Symbols In Warrior's Don T Cry

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Warrior’s Don’t Cry Warrior’s Don’t Cry is an amazing book that describes the true account of the battle Melba Pattillo Beals and her fellow eight African American friends fought in Little Rock, Arkansas during the integration of Central High School in 1957. She re-creates the environment for the reader to feel how much trouble and pain they went through to change things for many others. She did a marvelous job demonstrating the struggles and her hard life during this time period. People were so used to the white people’s way that no one stepped up for their right and these nine kids did wonders by taking only one single step and changed our small world in to something great. During this time period it was almost like war for these kids, they had to be careful on each and every step they took, they didn’t know who to trust and go to when they needed help, and had too much on their plate for a kid to handle. “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness”, written in our Declaration of Independence in 1776. These words seem very powerful but had…show more content…
Life is hard but it the choices that are going to effect you the most in life. Melba did the right thing by signing up for going to Central High and taking a stand for her people even when everyone was against her decisions but she kept going. Like her there are many people who have followed her way and got through and earned success. If they can do it so can anyone you just have to try and make it a commitment not to give up hope. It doesn’t matter who you are or what color your skin to make a change in this

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