David and Goliath Chapter 6 Summary

David and Goliath Chapter 6 Summary

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  • DAVID & GOLIATH: Chapter 6
  • In the begining of the chapter, the author talks about how one photo can impact something huge as long it fit the narraive. A picture was taken in the middle of one the marches of oneof the students being attacked by a police dog. The teenager seems to be calmly standing there saying “Take me, here I am” with his body language. This picture would have not been taken or sparked a revolt if it hadn’t been for Martin Luther King and his partners in the movement. But unfortuanetly Storyboard will not let photos be uloaded without upgrading to preimum first.
  • In the 1960's african americans have been opressed for far too long and now were taking a stance. Martin Luther King started this journey in the streets of in Georgia and slowly made his way to Alabama. Most black americans were considered underdogs which gave them an advantage because, "they knew they had nothing to lose, and everything to gain".
  • Martin Luther King Jr.
  • This has to stop now!
  • JIM CROW LAWS
  • NO COLOREDS ALLOWED HERE 
  • One of Kings's associates, Wyatt Walker, described as a much more radical version of King, is compared to a character from the an old folk tail. Bier Rabbit. Bier Rabbit is a trickster who manipulates predators for his own survival. Walker often hoaxed parts of events to fit his narrative.And Walker would aggravate Eugene Connor which would draw sympathy for the African Americans being discriminated against in the South.
  • Haha can't get me!
  • One example was when Walker said that the African Americans were going to march in the city. Not many showed up to march, but as Walker delayed the march, many more came out to watch. A big number of the specators and the actually marches were confused byt the media and 16, 17 were protrayed as thousands.
  • Thousands have marched in the Streets of Birmingham! Reported by: Fakenewsite.com
  • Walker also used African American school children to draw sympathy from the public, he sent them out to a local Baptist church instead of going to school. As they grew in numbers, Connor, the city’s safety commissioner, used hoses and K-9 units for crowd control, where the famous picture was taken.Walker and the civil rights movement leaders used this to portray police brutality and draw sympathy towards their movement even though it wasn't right, Walker used what he had,
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