Storytelling Storyboard about Civil Rights

Storytelling Storyboard about Civil Rights

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  • Marengo County
  • The person I'm interviewing is my grandma, Adele Ford who witnessed the Civil Rights Movement. 
  • The setting is taking place at my grandma home Thomaston, AL in Marengo County. 
  • White and Blacks weren't allowed to be in common with each other because whites didn't want nothing to do with blacks. 
  • In the beginning, my grandma was walking down the street and saw this little white girl going into a diner to get some supper and my grandma walked in behind her. She never seen a place like that before and she thought that it was amazing. She started looking around and seen only whites in there.  
  • In the end, people started looking at her seen that she was the only black girl and they thought she was gonna do something. So the man behind her cash register told her that she has to leave and to never come back. Then she ran out the door as people were looking at her and she read a sign that said "No blacks allowed." 
  • In conclusion, blacks and whites should be able to be in the same place without having any problems or getting killed. Everyone can be friendly but it depends on who the person is. 
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