I draw this scene because I think that this is the point that they knew that it wont be that easy to protest and to say their opinion, people are using more power and violence. I draw the "sit in" and the owner turn the fumigator on and they almost got killed. "were we not human to him?"
you can take our toothbrushes, oh yes... you can take our toothbrushes...
I have chosen this scene because I think that this was the moment that they started to doubt their way of non-violence because of the things that the other side did to them. The people showed them that they are not afraid and they are not supporting their way. I also draw the police officers that turned blind eye of what happened.
"bring the dogs!"
I have chosen to highlight this scene because it was a brave move and a great example of a good citizen. Floyd went against everyone and I think he saved a lot of people that day and he showed everyone that it is not okay to kill and beat the people.
"we will not stop and we cannot be patient! wake up America! wake up!"
I have chosen to highlight this scene because I think that in the scene you can see that they were ready to give up everything for the cause even their toothbrushes (that represent their souls and right). They are going to make the big change and for the big change you need to be determined and not afraid of anything. That is why I think they represent good citizens. They didnt stop singing even after all they've been through.
I draw this scene because I think that was the point when the outside world saw and understood what really happens to the people that make those protests, even though they were just children they were still beaten. I think that the children in the protest were good citizens because they chose to sacrifice something for a bigger cause. I think that this protest made the real change because they were just children.
I draw this scene because I felt that this was a breaking point in John Lewis's life. He talked to the nation and he said everything he felt even after he promised to make changes he still said it because it was important for him and he wanted the people to wake up and see that they can do whatever they want if they'll work hard enough.