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  1. Jan 2018
    1. Violent clashes between policeman and students take place during the May 1968 protests in Paris, France.

      The amount of fear that is shown in this picture is mortifying The right to protest should be said with no fear of any counter effects that may happen.

    2. Coretta Scott King, the widow

      Even after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s death, his wife continued to fight the battle he started. She indeed preserved despite the tough times she faced.

    3. Civil-rights leader Andrew Young (left) and others stand on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel pointing in the direction of an assailant after the assassination of civil-rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

      Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. left a massive impact in the world. He activated hope and determination among people. Although after his death, many terrified people still didn't give up on equality.

    4. By late summer, talks between the Soviets and Czech leaders were not going the way the Kremlin wanted, so more than 2,000 tanks and thousands more Warsaw Pact troops invaded and occupied the country in August.

      The saying is that history repeats itself is correct. Back then in history, nations executed invasions to give off the sense that they are superior and have power, leaving other countries terrified and powerless.

    5. Two of America’s most prominent leaders, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Senator Robert F. Kennedy,

      Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy were extremely active in trying to achieve equality and change. They are well known and are still mentioned in history, as should be.

    6. Protests erupted in France, Czechoslovakia. Germany, Mexico, Brazil, the United States, and many other places.

      Back then and even in todays day and age, protesting was a way to express different viewpoints and promote change all over the world.