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These are just a few of the laws that are still on the state law books and can still be enforced.

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In 1955, in the United States there was still segregation on the buses. Rosa Parks was arrested on the first day of December for nor vacating her seat so a white man could ride in her place. Her actions would become a milestone in the civil rights movement across the nation.

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A creative writing piece that involves a nasty encounter with fire ants.

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This is an article about Suzie Britt, president of The Valley Area Arts Council, an organization working together with the residents of Valley to bring life back to a once flourishing mill town.

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A tribute to the memory of my beloved grandparents.

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This is an acrostic poem for a hurricane.

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That last road trip with my Dad inspired the women in my family to become independent drivers. Even Mom, an old fashioned Southern lady, who always stated that “it isn’t safe for women to be out on the road without a man,” realized that when you put your mind to it, you really can accomplish things on your own.

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A not so common thought of homosexuality in the south.

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This writing is about the unbelieveable winter in the southern states this year.

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