Growing up,I was small for my age.I was sick a lot, too,since we didn't have money for a doctor. But that didn't mean I I'm weak
Back then, if you were black you were treated unfairly just because of the color of your skin. You weren't allowed to live in the same neighborhood as a white person,eat in the same restaurant,ride the same elevator,or use the same bathroom.You couldn't even drink from the same water fountain. One was marked for "Whites"; the other for "Colored".
When I was little,I used to think that " White" water was different from " Colored" water.
This was my school, a small, old wooden building with one teacher. . . for all of us vs...
Less school! Hooray!
lol lol lol
Since most kids had to work on a farm to earn money, we only went to school for five Months during the year.
Don't say"Hooray." That's bad.
They went to school nine months out of the year,since they weren't working in the fields like us
No. There's no hooray about this.
New brick building with beautiful windows,new desks,and plenty of books. Pluse a playground.