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Mrs.Daisy Bates,spoked in one meeting and said :'They made it clear they were not our friends and that it would be better if we changed our minds and returned to our own school".
Mrs.Daisy Bates spoked in one merging and said :
"They made it clear they were not our friends and that it would be better if we changed our minds and returned to our own school",
Her friend Minnijean Brown she lived only a block away from her,we saw each other almost every day. They had much in common; both of them were tall for their age,and shared the same daydreams.
ALL my friends, adults and children alike, developed some strange need to discuss their feelings about integration. Even strangers stopped me on the street. The opinions weren’t always positive, even among my own people, as I discovered at my church one Sunday.
•That night in my diary I wrote to God: Maybe going to Central High isn’t such a good idea after all. It is costing my family a lot of agony and energy, and I haven’t even attended one day yet. Will Grandma always have to sit up guarding us. She can’t go on sitting there forever. What will become of us. Maybe I should start my plan for moving to Cincinnati. Please give me some sign of what I am to do.
I figure the vote is running half and half. But you’re in luck—God’s voting on your side—so march forward, girl, and don’t look back.”
I guess Grandma saw I had hurt feelings because she put her arms around my shoulders and said, “
As we ate, I hoped no one noticed that I pushed my food about my plate because my stomach didn’t want breakfast. Mother spoke my name softly, and I looked up at her.
“You don’t have to integrate this school. Your grandmother and I will love you, no matter what you decide.”
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