This is a school for Black Children, not White Children
Get out of my way.
He stole my bike, I am going to beat him up.
Hold on for a while there, don't beat people up before you can fight.
I'm gonna beat you up
You're good at this Cassius
During Muhammad Ali's early years in Louisville, Kentucky, when he was called Cassius Clay, he was subject to racial abuse in the form of segregated schools, restaurants, swimming pools, and restrooms.
When Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay at the time) was 12, someone stole his bike. He told the police man that he was going to be up the person who stole it. It turned out the police officer, Joe Martin, was a boxing coach. He told Muhammad Ali that before he beat anyone up, he should learn to fight
Muhammad Ali (still Cassius Clay at the time) found out that he was actually very good at boxing because he was a lot faster than his opponents his size. He could throw a quick punch and then dodge out of the way before they got him. In Muhammad Ali's ameatur career fight 105 fights, he won 100 and lost only 5.