Civilrights Stories

246 Stories

The Invincible Summer of Juniper Jones (Wattpad Books Edition) by keyframed
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The Invincible Summer of Juniper J...by Daven
WATTPAD BOOKS EDITION. There are some friends you never forget. It's the summer of 1955. For Ethan Harper, a biracial kid raised mostly by his white father, race has alw...
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The Invincible Summer of Juniper Jones by keyframed
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The Invincible Summer of Juniper J...by Daven
WATTPAD ORIGINAL EDITION In 1955, mixed-race Ethan Harper leaves his progressive hometown for a summer in Alabama where he's not welcome, except by resident free spirit...
Forbidden Whispers  by Extraordinaryyyyy
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Forbidden Whispers by Extraordinaryyyyy
"Mr. Sm-Sm-Smith," was all I could stammer out. "Mmhmm," he whispered into my ear. My breath got heavy, and I felt weak in his presence. He melted me...
The American Summons by sprlte
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The American Summonsby Sprite
In another world... Magical kingdoms reign across the lands. Serfdom, corruption, slavery, and wars persist throughout history. Two tall continents are parallel to each...
What defines a human? by Emmian_
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What defines a human?by EMMIAN
It's the year 2038 and the world is quite different from ours. Imagine living in a future with robots, androids walking beside you. Building houses, greeting you at hosp...
We Bare Bears: The Movie (Extended FanFic Remake) by GagaiBucayo
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We Bare Bears: The Movie (Extended...by Missy Sarah Writer
(Inspired by the movie of the same name) It's been another sunny day at the Bay Area (again), and that Grizz, Panda and Ice Bear had been doing something usual in such a...
𝙨𝙚𝙚𝙠 𝙩𝙝𝙮 𝙛𝙖𝙩𝙚! by jazzytheewriter
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𝙨𝙚𝙚𝙠 𝙩𝙝𝙮 𝙛𝙖𝙩𝙚!by 𝕵𝖆𝖟𝖟𝖞
{ in which a girl who never felt like she had a dream encounters her destiny through a brazen civil rights activist.}
My name is Charlotte  (BWWM) by ashleynd92
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My name is Charlotte (BWWM)by Ashley Downey
Meet Charlotte Atkins. She is an independent, headstrong, young woman who knows what she wants. She happens to fall in love with her neighbor who is white. This would b...
Never Grow Up by Icaruko
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Never Grow Upby Icaruko™️
Two boys' love for eachother sparks a much needed change in the world they live in. Childhood friends. Total goofballs. Soulmates. The whole world at the palms of their...
Release by StaceyFace
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Releaseby Stacey Smith
A short collection of poems and rhymes.
The Wild Ones. by kamau93
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The Wild Ones.by kamau93
24-year old Ethan Hurst has never belonged. He's always been too impulsive, too hot-headed, and too reckless to fit into mainstream society. Alansa, the city of his b...
Beyond Human: Queen's Shadow Series by BrokenComet
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Beyond Human: Queen's Shadow Seriesby BrokenComet
Apollos Morten the 9th Prince has made himself comfortable in the shadows. Though after he has proven himself as a competent leader and military General he has also sho...
VOLUME | ONC 2023 by erickakrystal
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VOLUME | ONC 2023by erickakrystal
It all started with a pithy little love letter. Harriet is clearing out her grandmother's attic when she discovers a trunk chock-full of relics of the past. What was on...
Malcolm X! by AuthorRReddic
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Malcolm X!by Robert Reddic III
His sacrifice and willingness to fight for the welfare of others is vastly the most honorable thing another human being can do!
Rosa Parks by JennyJones2003
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Rosa Parksby Jennifer
So I had to play Rosa Parks in seventh grade. This report focuses on Rosa Parks and bher point of view. If you would like to know the sources I used just message me.
Who Killed Hillary Angelic by XYLEMORPHOUZ
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Who Killed Hillary Angelicby Lazuli La Calypso
Formerly angelic, currently celestial.
James Reeb: an English paper by chipotle6
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James Reeb: an English paperby Zach Swarovski
"James Reeb became nationally known as a rightful martyr to the Civil Rights Movement when he made the ultimate sacrifice answering Dr Martin Luther King Jr. 's cal...
Gandhi in Africa by aarushi8524
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Gandhi in Africaby aarushi8524
My interpretation of Mr. Gandhi's time in South Africa
Why We Kneel... by Nyctitropist
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Why We Kneel...by Hector Gonzalez
A retrospective in honor of Juneteenth