African American's in the 1950's

African American's in the 1950's

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  • Public transporation
  • I wonder what troubles I'll face today coming to school. 
  • School
  • I doubt it white people think were a disease. 
  • These two just need to understand this is how our world is and need to deal with it.
  • I wonder if I'll ever be normal. Or if I'll ever be in a room filled with whites
  • Separate bathrooms
  • Ugh I hope no blacks touch this sink
  • Of course I didn't touch it because you whites make me have my own.
  • The scene's key point is trying to convey how African Americans might have felt when they had to be separated from the whites 
  • Kitchen
  • This scene's key point is to show how African American kids dealt with  being in school.
  • Bedroom
  • I hate being treated like I mean nothing to this world.
  • This scene is trying to convey how whites hated if blacks used there bathrooms.
  • The End
  • This scene trying to convey how parents would ask how there child day at school was to find out it was terrible.
  • How was school honey?
  • Terrible! I just wish we were all civil.
  • This scene conveys the emotion African Americans might have faced knowing there day is gonna repeat the exact same way it did that day with no respect.
  • Ending 
  • This storyboard was to show a day in the life of a young African American girl and the challanges she might have faced. 
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