Warriors Dont Cry final

Warriors Dont Cry final
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  • Little Rock Central High School
  • Central high was an all white school, It was going through integration so that black students could also attend.
  • Grandma India
  • Link
  • Melba
  • Danny
  • Characters
  • Minniejean
  • Vince
  • Mother Lois
  • Tone
  • A student against integration threw acid into Melbas eyes. Danny helped her which saved her eye sight.
  • Warriors Don't Cry is an non fiction story. All these events are true.
  • I think the mood of this is emotional. It really makes you understand the sadness that everyone in the book felt.
  • MOOD
  • Theme
  • A good theme for this book would be 'Don't judge a book by its cover.'
  • Example: Melba gets treated unfairly because shes black. White people don't see her as equal because they believe she is different in a bad way, yet, they don't even know her.
  • The Little Rocks Nine's time at central high is getting worse because of the integration. The students become meaner and meaner to them. They hurt them through out the day.
  • CONFLICT
  • 9 African American students are picked to go to Cantral High school to issue Integration.
  • Exposition
  • The Little Rock nine gets bullied and put in threating situations.
  • Rising Action
  • Melba almost gives up with school.
  • PLOT
  • Climax
  • falling action
  • They decide not to give up. They gain more confidence.
  • The next school year starts and things are looking much better. Integration is going to work.
  • resolution
  • The Little Rock Nine didn't give up. If it hadn't been for them then it would've taken a lot longer for schools to be integrated. By the end of the book you can tell that things were going to be much better.
  • SOLUTION
  • Book Summary: Warriors Don’t Cry begins when Melba and eight other black men and women in their forties return to their home state of Arkansas to meet the then-governor, Bill Clinton. Melba, the narrator and author, explains that the group, called the Little Rock Nine, is visiting Central High School in Little Rock. As teenagers in 1957, the nine of them were the first African-American students to be integrated into the school.
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