Analysis : ' 30 Love The Lord Your God With All Your Heart '

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Brayden Allen
English 2
Mrs. Walker
21, February 2017
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“30 Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’[a] 31 The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’[b] There is no commandment greater than these.” Mark 12:30-31. The bible says that we shall love our neighbor as our self however it seems like we forget to apply this verse in our life now, but even more so in the topic of my paper. Throughout this essay I will cover the birth of this historic event to the life it had and lastly to the death of it. While life as a black man now is no different than that of a white man, it wasn’t always like that, in fact blacks were treated very unjust and …show more content…

A major member who hated blacks was the elected police commissioner of Alabama. Connor considered any protest or civil rights movement act as a challenge of his power and made him act in anger towards them. Connor did many things to blacks, most painful and others just social humiliation. How ever it is said that later he regretted how he treated them and wished he could take it back. Connor had a hateful heart towards black that didn’t give him a good reputation but some do believe he really was sorry before passing away. This is just one of many political characters who hated blacks and did many hateful things to them to try to stop the movement they were creating. Finally, in this paragraph I want to see if they impacted the movement. After reading some info I have figure that they did take a toll on it in the way that they killed many blacks and put them in fear for their lives. However, it didn’t stop the movement from going on in fact it eventually made them stronger and made them want to fight harder than ever, which helped them gain ground on their fight.
A major group of people were created called the Ku Klux Klan, which was an organized group whose main goal was to put terror in the eyes of the African Americans. This Klan did terrible things that killed many blacks, and destroyed their homes and work places.

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