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Kennedy addressed the public in a June 11 speech that cleared his position on civil rights. The bill that he submitted to Congress was ultimately passed as the Civil Rights Act of Mourners file past the open casket of slain civil rights activist Medgar Evers in Jackson, Mississippi, on June 15, Michael Debakey installs an artificial pump to assist a patient's damaged heart in Houston, on July 19, Allison Turaj, 25, of Washington, District of Columbia, blood running down her cheek, was cut over her right eye by a thrown rock in a mass demonstration at a privately owned, segregated amusement park in suburban Woodlawn in Baltimore, on July 7, Robert Fahsenfeldt, owner of a segregated lunchroom in the racially tense Eastern Shore community of Cambridge, Maryland, douses a white integrationist with water, on July 8, The integrationist, Edward Dickerson, was among three white and eight African American protesters who knelt on the sidewalk in front of the restaurant to sing freedom songs.
A raw egg, which Fahsenfeldt had broken over Dickerson's head moments earlier, still is visible on the back of Dickerson's head. The protesters were later arrested. Firefighters turn their hoses full force on civil rights demonstrators in Birmingham, Alabama, on July 15, Gloria Richardson, head of the Cambridge Nonviolent Action Committee, pushes a National Guardsman's bayonet aside as she moves among a crowd of African Americans to convince them to disperse, in Cambridge, Maryland, on July 21, Chicago police move in to knock down a burning cross in front of a home, after an African-American family moved into a previously all white neighborhood, on the 6th consecutive night of disturbances, on August 3, The statue of Abraham Lincoln is illuminated during a civil rights rally, on August 28, in Washington, District of Columbia,.
Two African American girls attended the desegregated school and a majority of the white students were staying away from classes. Police stopped this car in a segregationist caravan in front of the school to caution them about fast driving and blowing auto horns in front of a school. A civil defense worker and firemen walk through debris from an explosion which struck the 16th street Baptist Church, killing four girls and injuring 22 others, in Birmingham, Alabama, on September 15, The open doorway at right is where the girls are believed to have died. The horrific attack rallied public support to the cause of civil rights.
Four men, members a Ku Klux Klan group, were responsible for planting a box of dynamite under the steps of the church. Three of the four were eventually tried and convicted. One trooper sprawls in the flooded swamp as other Vietnamese Government Soldiers walk through the water after landing from U. The Soldiers were landed to pursue communist Viet Cong Guerrillas who had attacked a Vietnamese outpost.
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Kennedy and Texas Governor John Connally were shot in Dallas, Texas, the limousine carrying mortally wounded president races toward the hospital, on November 22, With secret service agent Clinton Hill riding on the back of the car, Mrs. John Connally, wife of the Texas governor, bends over her wounded husband, and Mrs. Kennedy leans over the president. Lee Harvey Oswald sits in police custody shortly after being arrested for the assassination President John F.see
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Most Recent. Newsletter Signup I want to receive updates from partners and sponsors. The Watsons think sending Byron to Alabama is a good idea because he would learn that some places are different than Flint. JPS In my opinion Byruon keeps doing the things that. His parents forbidden because Buphead his friend did it to him. Byron wanted this because I think he wanted to act cool in front of Buphead and doesn't want to be left out. Byron handles the situation better with Mrs. Watson because Mrs.
Watson yells at him but Byron doesn't really care, but when she says that you are going to deal with a punishment from dad then Byron starts getting worried because Mr. Watson can whip him paddle him and do a painful punishment. Watson objects to his hair do because Mr. Watson thinks that you don't need to put all of the chemicals in your hair when God made you charming hair all ready. Kenny wants to have a mustache because Kenny wants to shave and also look cool like his dad.
They think this because momma says that it's a quiet neighborhood, hunting and fishing and a lot of nice kids. LJV 20 1. Byron does things his parents tell him not to do since he thinks he doesn't have to listen to them. For example, he doesn't wear all the winter clothes anymore. I also believe he is trying to rebel. In my opinion Mr.
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Watson handles Byron misbehaving better. He takes away what he just did e. Shaving his head when he got the conk instead of using violence like Mrs. Watson objects to the conk because she thinks he is trying to be something he's not. Also, a lot of white people have conks. Kenny is eager to have a mustache like his dad since he looks up to his dad and wants to spend time with him. They think sending Byron to Alabama will make him behave better since Buphead won't be there to influence him and Grandma Sands will keep him busy because she's strict.
Also, Mr. Watson thinks that because there is segregation, it will teach him life isn't all fun and games. After a tragic event they figure out how to cope with life's "curve-balls. Chapter 7 1.