The Legend of Gandhi Storyboard
Updated: 5/22/2020
The Legend of Gandhi Storyboard
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Storyboard Text

  • Gandhi is thrown from train in South Africa for refusing to move to 3rd class for a white passenger in 1893
  • How dare you not move for me, the white man!
  • The Salt March of 1930
  • With this, I am shaking the foundations of the British empire.
  • Gandhi is assassinated by a Hindu nationalist who disapproved of his tolerance of Muslims in 1948
  • How can you tolerate Muslims?
  • After graduating from law school, Gandhi was hired to work as a lawyer in South Africa. Riding in the first class car of a train to work with a first class ticket, he was asked to move to 3rd class for a white passenger to take his seat. Gandhi refused, which got him thrown off the train.
  • In 1930, during which time making their own salt was illegal for the Indian people, Gandhi progressed on a 24 day journey from his home to the shore of the Arabian Sea. Once he reached his destination, he grabbed a handful of salt, breaking the British law, and exclaiming that he was shaking the British empire's foundation.
  • Gandhi had wanted the Hindu and Muslim people to live together peacefully. He continued visiting people all over India, but during one of his visits, a Hindu man angry at Gandhi for his tolerance of Muslims shot at him 3 times, killing him at the age of 78.
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