Barney Ford by Saydee Jackson
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So hows your business going
No, my family were slaves,my siblings were slaves,I am free and i will not be treated like a slave as well
Excellent, I will not give up hope for equality no matter how small.
LEAVE OUR TOWN
Later in life, Barney ford got his barbershop burned down by white supremacists
Although I am disappointed and angry I will not let this come in the way of my dream
I WILL NOT GIVE UP people of color need me
To accomplish my dream move through this, as my ancestors did
Determination and hard work have started our drive for rights. Now, I feel we have started something bigger
Our fight for equality may never be satisfied but our story will jump generation to generation and new stories along with that.
Although we have a rough past the reason we lasted so long is that of our POWER, determination, OUR DRIVE to last, OUR DRIVE to succeed.
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