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  • Ruby Bridges Hall was born the 8 september of 1954 in Tylertown. In 1960, when she was 6 years old Ruby Bridges became the first African-Américan child to integrate an all-white elementary school in Louisiane. 
  • Oh My God! Who is that girl, she is so different and ugly!
  • Yess! It's my first day at school, i'm so happy.
  • Pff, it's disgusting!
  • In class this teacher is the only one who accepted to teach Ruby but the little black girl was threatened by other whites children. Ruby was very courageous.
  • You are so predjudiced. She is a normal little girl, like you!
  • I refuse to listen your lesson because you agreed to teach Ruby what you are teaching me, but you know black children are forbidden to integrate an all-white school!!
  • I'm a little bit frustrated but I don't care what she says...
  • Ruby was very bold and daring because she continued to go to school everyday after this event. She persevered in the face of difficulty.
  • After school Ruby was protected by four US Marchals because lots of white children's parents insulted her.
  • Get out you are not accepted here!! You are BLACK !
  • In 1999, when she was 45 years she wanted to found an association to help black people. She was very strong-willed.
  • I have a great idea! I'm going to create an association concerning black and white people's segregation. I had a bad experience of Jim Crow laws!
  • Humm... " Come with me to support the cause for the end of black and white people's racism;  dare, revolutionize society''
  • She wrote lots of flyers to promote her association. She was very dedicated to this cause.
  •  Ruby was walking in the street and sudenly a stranger asked her about why she created her association. she was excited by the idea that whites were interested in her association for helping blacks.
  • Waaa...He's open-minded.
  •  To promote the values of tolerence, respect and appreciation of differences.
  • Why did you create this association ?
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