Did you know that racial discrimination still exists all over the world? Even famous people like Martin Luther King has been discriminated once in his life. Martin Luther King experienced racism because of being black. He was separated in schools and public transport. In this time 92% of African-Americans still believe that racism still exists. Slavery stopped in 1865.
In the world many people think racism is gone but it’s not true. Let’s take a trip into the lives of two figures who experienced racism and fought it. The first figure is Martin Luther King JR he was In America and fought for civil rights he protested with non-violent strategies and on July 2nd 1969 his accomplishments came true when US lawmakers passed the civil rights act of 1969. Even after this there is still racism in America about 92% African-Americans say that black Americans face discrimination today.The second character is Mahatma Ghandi who just like Martin Luther King fought with non-violent strategies he fought for his rights because Indians were treated like slaves when the British ruled.At this moment racism is still there all over the world.
Black People are not aloud to sit in the front of the bus because of their body color . When a white person says to move, black people have to move or stand up in the bus. If black people say no to white people who want black peoples seat they go to jail . Rosa parks is a good example for not moving seat for white people. She went to jail for 4 days. She is famous for fighting for black people's rights.
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