Summary Of The Interesting Narrative Of The Life Of Olaudah Equiano

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Equiano is one of the most famous writers , claimed of the rights of blacks, so who called on the British government to abolish slavery. He wrote about black slaves in his book entitled The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano or Gustavus Vassa. The Interesting Narrative (1789) is the autobiography of Olaudah Equiano. It was the first slave autobiography and one of the earliest publication by an African. Equiano describes the experiences of his life and the time spent in slavery. Those African slaves who had escaped from slavery in the South came in the North and started to write about their miserable life. In addition to, Vassa was born in 1745 and was brought into America when he was just eleven years old. Later, he left America …show more content…
were two prominent Americans to struggle against racism, discrimination and they too had to suffer quite a lot for Black emancipation. Martin is considered was an African-American leader and human rights activist who demanded an end to racial discrimination against blacks in 1964. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize and was the youngest to hold it. Assassinated on April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King was one of the most important figures who fought for freedom and human rights. Luther founded the leadership of Southern Christianity, a movement that aimed to obtain the civil rights of African Americans in equality and became a victim for his cause. Luther rejected violence of all kinds, and was an example of his comrades and many of those involved in the black conflict through his patience, kindness, wisdom and conservatism, even though he was not supported by black warlords …show more content…
This happened when he read the writings of David Henry Thoreau and Gandhi, where he was recognized to the idea of civil disobedience as a weapon of change as well as the idea of passive resistance and thus began to say that love gives strength to the interior. The life of Gandhi and his way of life has rocked King. King was commissioned to serve Baptist Church on Dexter Street, and was a good start to him to become a professor in the Faculty of theology, but the events of December 1955,was a harbinger of a violent reaction that could ignite the rivers of blood but Martin Luther King chose the , resistance as a way other than blood. He called for resistance based on the principle of "non-violence" or "peaceful resistance" in the way of the Indian fighter Mahatma Gandis. Luther was imprisoned in 1960, like Gandhi completely, for peaceful protest campaigns against racial discrimination, and began demanding that the federal government take action against

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