This is a poem written by James Grengs and is about how "Freedom is Never Free". This poem represents my theme by showing how you have to work for freedom. A piece of evidence is in the poem when he states "Freedom cost us more, Then we should have to give. Freedom cost us blood. It cost us the lives Of our fathers, Our sons, and Our brothers". This quote shows how you have to work for freedom because it tells us the cost people give in order to get freedom. This is how this poem represents my theme.
This famous sculpture is called "The Statue of Liberty". This sculpture was built in 1886 and was a gift from the French. The man who built this was a French sculptor named Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi. The French gave us this gift to celebrate our new alliance and to create a symbol of freedom from Great Brittan during the Revolutionary War. This sculpture represents my theme because it was created to show freedom. An example of this is how the torch that lady liberty holds represents the path the liberty by freedom. This is how The Statue of Liberty fits my theme.
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This sculpture is called the "Statue of Liberty". This was built in 1886 by a French sculptor named Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi. A gift by the French to celebrate our new alliance and to also represent our freedom from Great Brittan in the Revolutionary War. This sculpture represents my theme because it was entirely built on freedom. Evidence of this is how the torch of lady liberty symbolizes the path the liberty by showing us freedom. This is why I think that this sculpture represents freedom.
This is a song written in 1967 by Buffalo Springfield that's about racist acts that are happening in the U.S. This song represents freedom because it's showing that America needs a change. A piece of evidence of this is when during the song he states "Young people speaking their minds, getting so much resistance from behind". This quote really shows how a lot of minorities are not allowed to say what they think without being prosecuted. This is why I think this song fits my theme.
This is a nice quote from our ex-president Ronald Reagan. Ronald was the president of the United States from January 20, 1981, to January 20, 1989. HIs quote "We've been blessed with the opportunity to stand for something for liberty, fairness, and freedom. These are things worth fighting for, worth devoting our lives to" really tells us why he thinks that freedom is worth fighting for. This is why this quote goes with my theme that "freedom is worth fighting for".
Two experts on Martin Luther King's last speech. He delivered it on April 3, 1968, at the Mason Temple in Memphis, Tennessee. The next day, King was assassinated. This speech is about how Martin Luther King has been to the "promised land" so-called the "Mountaintop" and promises his people that they will reach there too. This speech is a great example of the theme "Freedom is worth fighting for" because everything MLK does represents that. Within the first minute, Martin Luther King states "The real greatness of America is the right to protest for rights". This quote really shows how much MLK wants his rights for himself and his people.
This picture represents how hard women worked to get the women rights they have today. This is a prime example of how freedom and equality are definitely worth fighting for. As you can see the top sign states "Women Strike For Peace - And Equality". This quote means that they are over their poor treatment and want equal rights and equal pay. During this time women weren't even allowed to vote and were extremely discriminated against. But it was the ones that wanted to fight for a change that got them the equal treatment they deserve.