Civil Rights Speech Young People

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Young people and civil rights

I speak to you today about the second civil rights movement is happening.Police have been killing young African American men and women for no reason other than that they are black, so they must be bad? That is completely false African Americans are equal to Caucasian people the biggest difference is our skin is darker. At the front line of a new movement against racism are young African Americans. With this information I know that the second civil rights movement is happening.
First, Back in the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s young people stood at the front of the movement.Thousands of young people who participated in a series of non-violent demonstrations known as the Children’s Crusade in Birmingham,

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