The Impacts Of Louis Gaines And The Civil Rights Movement

Did you know the civil rights was a time of racism, discrimination, protests for equality, and gained momentum to overcome horrific obstacles ? In 1954, the civil rights have started, and by 1968, it had ended. Civil rights are the freedoms and rights that a person may have as a member of a community, state, or nation. Civil rights include freedom of speech, of the press, and of religion. At the time of the civil rights, it was inspired by African-American, Hispanic, Native Americans, and another citizen that was against what forms of discrimination there was at that time. The civil rights were more inspired by African American people. There were so many African American people that helped out with the world.

One of the African American
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By that, I mean Louis dad 's name, Cecil Gaines. He fought for his rights in a good and safe way. When Cecil was young, a lady made him become a butler. So as time went by, Cecil became the butler for the president. Not many African Americans can do what Cecil does, which was not getting beaten up even if he was a different color, and white people treated him equal because he was a good nigger butler. Cecil was the only African American butler that was actually close with the presidents. The presidents that had Cecil as their butler would ask him what would he think would be best for him and the others that were the same like Cecil. Cecil would tell them the truth and what was right for everyone, and the presidents were actually agreeing with Cecil. But those presidents that agreed with Cecil would die the same day or the next day, from the other white people because they don 't think African American should have the same rights as them. Cecil never did quit when the presidents had died, he continued his job as being the butler. While he had continued, there was one president that invited him to a big party in the white house. The president had invited him and his wife, he was shocked, but then he and his wife went to it and every white people that were at the party treated them equally. After that president had died, the next president was an African American president, and his name was Barack Obama. Thanks to Cecil, he had changed the world by making things equal, like making Barack Obama become the first black president. Cecil was a happy, successful man while Cecil was a butler, he was disappointed at his son because Louis got arrested so many times, but then Cecil didn 't realize that Louis was fighting for their rights too. So towards the end Cecil and his son Louis, we 're proud of each other when Barack Obama became

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