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S: Little Johhny's Road Trip

BC: Created by: Kristina Gooden Tiphini Carroll and Anna Gooden for: Mrs. Barnett's History Class

FC: Little Johnny's Road Trip

1: There once was a boy named Johnny. He lived in Evergreen, Alabama.

2: Johnny didn't understand why there weren't any white kids in his class. He decided to go check the rest of the classes.

3: Johnny quickly realized that there were no white kids at all in his school.

4: Johnny decided to take a road trip to see if he could find a school with both black and white students.

5: Johnny got tired on his way. He decided to stop at a hotel. He walked inside and asked for a room. The manager asked him to leave because only white people could stay in their hotel.

6: Johnny thought that it was very unfair for him to be kicked out. He remembered seeing a courthouse down the road and he decided to go and talk to the judge about it.

7: The judge tells Johnny that he will let him have a trial, but he must come up with his own attorney.

8: Johnny knew that he couldn't possibly find a good attorney so he decided to just let it go. On Johnny's way out of the courthouse, he saw a black woman and a white man trying to get married. The couple was very upset because the court forbide them from getting married

9: Johnny also saw Mickey Mouse in the courthouse. He was there because in his favorite magazine, Mice Weekly, he was accused of burning down Goofy's, his best friend's, house. It was a lie, of course, but the judge still said that there was nothing he could do about it.

10: After the long journey, Johnny finally found a small school in Oklahoma. As he walked in he saw a group of white kids about his age . They were astonished to see him and his black skin. The teacher walked in the classroom at that time and told her class that it was Bible study time.

11: Johnny quickly realized that the reading of the bible was mandatory in this school. The class did their bible study, and then prayed. Johnny wondered why the teacher made her students read the bible when some of them might not believe in it.

12: Johnny started asking the teacher why she made her students read the bible in class. She got angry that he had even asked her that and she called the cops on him.

13: The police came into the school and arrested Johnny. Without telling him his rights, the police officer rushed him to the jail.

14: The police officer took Johnny's wallet, which had a dollar and pictures of all the places he had visited on his road trip. When presented at court, Johhny was found guilty of being places he shouldn't have been, because there was proof in the wallet.

15: Johnny called his parents and they came and picked him up. Johnny wished that the world was a better place.

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