People look up to the underdogs for a reason!
Underdogs in history
Tons of role models in history were underdogs and that led them to big success in life. Rosa Parks is a great example she tried and tried until she accomplished the impossible, by refusing to give up her seat on the bus in 1955, to a white man. Rosa got tired of segregation and did something about it, she decided not to give up her seat when the bus driver told her to move to the back of the bus so a white man can sit in her seat, three of the blacks moved but she didn't because she felt like it was wrong for them to move and the white man to sit. Even though people gave stares and bad comments about Rosa she still never gave in she would fight for the rights of blacks sitting on the bus and go to school with whites with no problem at all. She would fight for not only her but for every black who has miss treated by whites, she wouldn't play fire with fire because she knew it would get her or anyone else no where. Parks was a role model to everyone, even as a kid she believed that anything is possible if you set your mine to it, without Rosa who would stand up to fight? By one individual made a huge accomplishment and difference in history. She was a remarkable woman who died knowing that she achieved the most amazing in life, 2005 she past away knowing that everything was fine. Even though there is some racism in the world today she showed us to never give in and fight for rights.
The Rosa Parks Story - FULL VIDEO!!!
Underdogs in Life
Oprah is a great successful woman who changed tons of life's even though she had struggles in the past she put that behind her to help others. Oprah was born in Kosciusko, Mississippi, on January 29, 1954. After she sexually abused by male relatives and friends of her mothers, she went to go live with her father in Nashville. Following in 1976, Oprah moved to Baltimore, Maryland where she hosted the TV chat show People Are Talking. Winfrey launched the Oprah Winfrey Show in 1986 as a nationally syndicated program, with its placement on 120 channels and an audience of 10 million people, the show grossed $125 million by the end of first year, of which Winfrey received $30 million. Oprah soon earned the respect of her viewers and was soon rewarded with an upsurge in popularity. Oprah is an fantastic woman who had hardships on the way but grew up to be a great women, she continues to be a wonderful woman who helps people around the world! Rough times in life are just a blockage when having trouble with something, Oprah had a big blockage but that did not stop her from being a successful woman in life!
Underdogs in Music
Most musicians in life write songs about sad, mad, happy, surprised, etc. because to express how they feel or how someone else feels, people also write songs to show they're emotions, Taylor Swift does kind of songs to make people understand how she feels about life. She was bullied in school because she liked country music, they made fun of her because of what she liked. She didn't really have friends because they all thought she wasn't cool or pretty. Taylor had to deal with this all the time, this led to her growing up to be a woman who started her life as a musician for millions, singing country songs for others around the world. Since she was singing for people she decided to start singing pop music, not because it reminded her of all those girls in school who said country stinks but because she wanted to try something new for her fans and others and especially herself. This led to thousands of fans and people who look up to her because she so inspirational to people all around the world! Taylor is a woman who gained power from the haters and fought back!
Taylor Swift Shake It Off Lyrics
Underdogs in Sports
People think life is about winning but it doesn't, life is about trying and trying until you accomplish the unstoppable. Jackie Robinson wanted to e a baseball player but he was around when racism was a problem, so he couldn't be on the team. Robison was a big athlete in school he played football, basketball, track, and baseball, people called him the Most Valuable player in baseball. Influenced by his brother Matthew who inspired him to be a baseball player. Therefore despite racial abuse, Robinson leading International League with .349 batting average and .985 fielding percentage. Because of this Jackie Robinson succeeded in putting the prejudice and racial strife aside, and showed everyone what a talented player he was. He amazed so many people around the world to never give up on your dreams and to fight for what's right. So Robinson soon became a hero of sports, even among others, he was a great man who fought!
Underdogs in history, life, music, sports, etc.
People have either dealt with racism or have seen racism in daily lives, no one can really stop racism but only cool it down a little. Many people since forever but nothing works, every person has made a speech in life talking about that were all equal and that no one is different. All these people have either dealt with it or has dealt with something familiar in they're life. Racism is never really going to stop but people now have gone they're separate ways and got along with each other, there is only like a few people in life who have they're differences. As well as people back then, things has changed a lot since then people get along no arguments no fights, but there are some others in life that they have to keep going with racism. Not only did it stop but life has been better without people trying to separate people because of nothing. People are who they are and you can't change them no matter how badly you want to!