we can learned many things on this movement. For example how people fought their freedom. And how they attack or kill because of color. The another example is isn't only black people were kill or attack in civil right movement also white people too. Those who help black people they got same trouble with the blacks.
What stands out to me the most from the film is so sadly because children never attendant same school or use restroom or, same playground and they never understand why? To me what made this movement work is people tired to be separate by color and they take action because they are citizen and they need freedom. They can't handle anymore. The quote that I like the film was when guy said " The jail didn't allowed us any kind of marital that we can read or write. the book they allowed us is bible." The reason why they do that is they don't want contact others. that why the police didn't allowed them.
The person that I pick the film about the civil rights movement is James Farmer Core. James was born January 12, 1920 and died July 9, 1999 at age 67. James Farmer was the initiator and organizer of the 1961 Freedom Ride, which eventually led to the desegregation of inter-state transportation in the United States. Also, he was Civil Rights activist and leader in the American Civil Rights Movement. In 1942, Farmer co-founded the Committee of Racial Equality, which later became the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), an organization that sought to bring an end to racial segregation.He was an honorary vice chairman in the Democratic Socialists of American. Farmer was a young boy, about three or four he wanted a Coca-Cola when out on the town with his mom. His mother had a adamantly told him no, that he had to wait until they got home. Farmer, not understanding, wanted to get one right then. He watched another young boy go inside and buy a Coke. Sadly, his mother had to inform him that the reason the other boy could buy the Coke was because the other boy was white, and Farmer was colored. This defining, unjust moment was the first, but not the last, experience that Farmer had with segregation.