Claim: Ruby Bridges is a hero because she was the first African American kid to step into a all white school in New Orleans. She has inspired others to speak out about their rights, to gain freedom. She has recently been sharing her experiences to the public. Evidence: she believed that "Racism is a grown-up disease and we should stop using our kids to spread it" she said. People had protested against her going to the school. Adults pulled their kids out of school so they wouldn't go to school with her. Through all the threats that she had gotten she still powered through and went to school with guards by her side. Analysis: All in all she is one of the youngest activist, and it is amazing to think that because of her valor personality it has an impact our everyday lives.
At the young age of six she was valor as she advanced civil rights in 1960 when she became the first African American student to integrate an elementary school in the South. She had faced threats but still carried on.
The true story of Ruby Bridges, a living hero of the Civil Rights movement, whose story of courage is especially meaningful to children. She is intrepid and humble of her actions as a child and now passes it one to the next generations.
In 1960, Ruby Bridges was one of the first African American children to integrate/desegregate one of the all-white school in New Orleans. She shares she is telling how overcoming her experiences. She had a conviction for all coloured people to be equal.
The little girl in Norman Rockwell's famed painting "The Problem We All Live With" is now discussing her history and, her faith, as she is going into the government. She has become an icon to all of thoses who had a strong belief for everyone to be equal.
Ruby Bridges Foundation is to help others because of her exploit decisions to help empower others.