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Billys Paper
Billys Paper
Billys Paper During the 1960s, many Black Americans drew attention to the inequalities among races in society. Protest groups formed and demonstrations highlighting discrimination towards dark people were a common practice for civil rights activists. Some activists believed non-violence was the only way to overcome, and others, such as Anne Moody and the Black Panthers, had a more aggressive attitude towards gaining freedom. In her autobiography, The Coming of Age in Mississippi, Anne Moody desc
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None_Provided James Mc Calla Section 21 Paper #1 HEART OF ICE Jumping out of his bed, Billy ran to his mother's room to see if she had overslept. As he walked in he found his mother awake by the side of her bed, listening to the radio. Billy knew something was wrong. He went up to his mother to ask her why she had not awakened him in time for school. Before he could even start, his mother raised her arm up signaling him to wait until the reporter on the radio was done. Billy waited for about 10