Plot[ edit ] In a New York City courthouse a jury commences deliberating the case of an year-old boy  from a slum, on trial for allegedly stabbing his father to death. If there is any reasonable doubt they are to return a verdict of not guilty. If found guilty, the boy will receive a death sentence.
An angry mob of about surrounded the school that day, with the complicity of the National Guard. Eventually, she gave up and tried to flee to a bus stop through the mob of segregationists who surrounded and threatened to lynch her.
A reporter, Benjamin Finehaving in mind his own year-old daughter, sat down next to Eckford. He tried to comfort her and told her, "don't let them see you cry. Elizabeth Eckford's family were not informed of the meeting, and didn't know that the school board asked the parents to accompany her.
Also, Eckford rode a public bus alone to the segregated school. That day, Elizabeth wore a starched black-and-white dress, and she covered her face under black sunglasses.
Elizabeth also held her school book in her hand. As she walked toward the school, Elizabeth was surrounded by a crowd of armed guards and a mob of people, and she did not see any black faces.
The mob included men, women, and teenagers white students who opposed integration. The white teenagers chanted "Two, four, six, eight, we ain't gonna integrate. Eckford ran to a bus bench at the end of the block.
Eckford described her experience: I stood looking at the school— it looked so big! Just then the guards let some white students through. The crowd was quiet. I guess they were waiting to see what was going to happen. When I was able to steady my knees, I walked up to the guard who had let the white students in.
When I tried to squeeze past him, he raised his bayonet and then the other guards moved in and they raised their bayonets.
They glared at me with a mean look and I was very frightened and didn't know what to do. I turned around and the crowd came toward me. They moved closer and closer. Somebody started yelling, "Drag her over this tree! Let's take care of that nigger!
Eisenhower was reluctant to do anything about the mob or the rioting. Eisenhower summoned Orval Faubus, the Governor of Arkansas to intervene and asked for the withdrawal of all troops from the High School after Elizabeth Eckford's experience attempting to enter the school the first time.
On September 23,the Little Rock Nine approached Central High again, and Elizabeth Eckford along with the other eight students, accompanied by city policemen, were let into the high school through a side door. The reaction from the mob was described as follows: The crowd let out a roar of rage.
Once the Little Rock Nine entered the school, they were separated. The mob infiltrated the school, and under threats of death, the nine were taken to the principal's office. One of the nine overheard officials saying "We may have to let the mob have one of those kids, so's we can distract them long enough to get the others out.
On September 23,a mob of about people surrounded the school again as the students attempted to enter. The following day, President Dwight D.Enjoy exclusive Amazon Originals as well as popular movies and TV ashio-midori.come Amazon Devices · Shop Our Huge Selection · Shop Best Sellers · Read Ratings & Reviews.
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