Wow. Can't believe it's our final storyboard and we're finishing the books. Time flies, I guess.
Text Structure - Problem/Solution
Knowing that what he was going to ask for had never been done before, and that he would likely be rejected if he simply wrote a letter of request, Gavin went right to the top"(97).
Sign Post - Contrasts and Contradictions
"I was struck with a sudden understanding of my reason for being here. Why would a black man risk his life for a country? The answer was simple. This is my country; this is my duty regardless of the social climate; regardless of the faults"(93).
Last storyboard for Courage Has No Color!
Mindset - Takes on Challenges
To finally get the African American Paratroopers noticed, General James M. Gavin had to talk to Lieutenant General John Hull in the War Department.
Summary - Headline, Txt Talk
African Americans Join In On The War!
How do you feel about the African Americans finally getting freedom?
The difference is that Whites don't want the African Americans to fight, but the African Americans want to join in on the fight and help out.
Thinking they were traveling to fight a war, the Soldiers were ecstatic, until they realized they were going to become smoke jumpers.
Although they weren't fighting the war, the African Americans still fought the fires and followed orders.
Freedom, War, Peace, Rights, Courage
Afrcn Amrcns fnlly join war aftr mny trials & errs