Nelson Mandela as a kid had no idea that blacks were treated differently. He thought he was free as a young kid
I can go about my day as freely as I please
Rosa and her cousin went to a diner in their town to get a refreshment because it was a hot day.. but it didnt turn out as planned.
We have the right to refuse those of color
Nelson was thrown in jail and was thinking.
What can I do to help all the colored people out in the world
As a young boy Nelson was able to do what he pleased.. His parents didnt tell him what it was like.. from what he knew he thought everyone was treated the same and sad enough he grew up to know otherwise.
Rosa was a very brave woman! She didn't give up her seat.
It was a very hot day, Rosa and her cousin wanted to go and get a drink from inside. The waitress who was behind the counter didnt want them to stay so she said i will give you icecream knowing they would have to eat it outside. Rosa and her cousin didnt want that though so they very angirly and suprisingly left
Rosa gets arrested!
While in jail Nelson used his time to decide what he could do to help end segregation and make people see that everyone can be free/ should be free.
Rosa and Nelson are truely heros. They brought the people of their country together, to find that skin color doesnt matter. It didnt matter what race you were. Everyone was equal and had the right to be free.
Everyone should be free and treated equal
no matter the color of your skin!!
After a long day of work, Rosa was tired and her feet hurt a lot. She was told to give up her seat for a white man but she refused.
Rosa getting arrested was kind of like an eye opener. She was soon bailed out and not long after did she start the Montgomery Bus boycott.
They worked and fought for their right to be free and for all other colored people to be free.They are heros because they didnt quit. Despite being thrown in jail, them knowing that one day they could go to bed and not wake up. Not only did they end segregation, they ended the discrimination and distance from all people colored or not. Everyone had fair equal rights and everyone was free!