Descrimination pt 2

Descrimination pt 2
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  • As Malike sits in jail he cant stop thinking that the white Christians were hate crimeing him just because he was black and gay then he hears his name called.
  • "Malike someones here for you lets go.
  • In the nineteen hundredth's white supremacist and anti-gay people beat gay and lesbian people. The white people also beat all black people not just men and boys. Racism and Homophobia is still a very big thing still in the 2000's but there are laws now to protect everyone.
  • "Police man opens door" 
  • Im gonnna be in big trouble tonight
  • Malike see's Jordan and is surprised. They leave the police building and start to walk to their house.
  • Um okay?
  • No way dude lets go this way i wanna show u something
  • He's gonna be so happy
  • Malike and Jordan are walking to Malikes house. He's about to show him what he did for him.
  • Malike and Jordan finally kiss then they hear a big explosion.
  • What is he funna show me?
  • This way is the way to the church lets go the other way.
  • Um ok?
  • BOOM!!!!
  • The black Poeple felt as if they should rebel agisnt and some people did it violently
  • BOOM!!!!! The church catches on fire. Malike gets mad at Jordan and runs into the church to save people and then a few seconds later... the church calapses.
  • It wasn't supposed to be like this.. a few seconds later OMG watch out Malike
  • Welcome to Lakesides church
  • 21Tucle dr
  • Omg what is wrong with you?
  • Malike were coming hold on Malike? MALIKE!! NO!!
  • HELP PLEASE SOMEONE HELP IM S.t..u.......c......k
  • Malike manged to save all the people in the church but sadly...He didn't make it out in time before a roof truss fell on him holding him to the floor as he was swallowed by the fire. 
  • Malike's Funeral was the next day and evreyone was there.
  • Three months later.. Jordan turned himself in and got sentenced life without parole. He knew Malike would want him to be honest and he knew even though he would be in jail forever that his friend has forgiven him and everyone else.
  • Its all your fault you shouldn't have done that he didn't want that to happen
  •  Malike Santos  1940-1956
  • Your right i really messed up and i am going to regret it for the rest of my life
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