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  • Exposition
  • some white Americans don't want black people to have that voice. they don't want them to be equal citizens.
  • Conflict
  • you will fit if I say you will fit.
  • this cell is too tiny. we can,t fit!
  • Rising Action
  • i need everyone, young and old, to join me. parents don't worry about your children. don't hold them back
  • Often, African-American are kept from registering to vote-a basic right of all citizens.
  • climax
  • Selma's notoriously cruel sheriff shoves Lynda and 22 other girls into a jail cell meant for two.
  • Falling Action
  • Dr. king's followers have had enough, and they are willing to risk their lives in the struggle for justice and freedom.
  • Resolution
  • Where's Governor Wallace, huh? Where's Sheriff Clark now?
  • A crowd of 30,000 supporters joins the tired marchers.
  • I can't believe it!
  • I' have never seen so many people.
  • Dr. king stands and addresses the sea of people.
  • Today i want to say to the people of America we are not about to turn around. we are on the move now. we are moving to the land of freedom.
  • Five months later, president Johnson signs the voting Rights Act. The law ensures that African-American will not be kept from voting.
  • Hiding somewhere!
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