Annotated Bibliography

“Diary of a Pakistani Schoolgirl. ” BBC News. BBC, 19 Jan. 2009. Web. 20 Nov. 2012. <http://news. bbc. co. uk/2/hi/south_asia/7834402. stm>. Summary: the diary of a Pakistani schoolgirl is about a young girl names Malala Yousafzai who stood up for her rights for girls to attend school. despite the fact that she might be harmed by the Taleban. as stated in the text she stood up for her rights despite Consequences “only 11 students attended the class out of 27. the number decreased because of the Taleban’s edict. ” Kelly, Susy. “Jonestown Survivor Recounts Mass Suicide. Heraldstandard. com. Herald Standard, 10 Apr. 2012. Web. 25 Apr. 2012. ;lt;http://www. heraldstandard. com/news/local_news/jonestown-survivor-recounts-mass-suicide/article_a6eed859-7379-56ed-ba8b-e07f857f43c0. html;gt;.Summary: this is about Laura Johnston Kohl, a survivor of Jonestown. She is also talking about her experience in Jonestown. i believe that we should stand up for what is right despite the consequences because much like Laura they did too when jones ordered the people in Georgetown to be poisoned they said “we’re not doing it, he’s a mad man. I felt as if they were sticking up for what is right throughout any consequences that could have happened. “South African Police Change Story about 1977 Killing of Steve Biko. ” Gale Power Search. N. p. , 29 Sept. 1997. Web. 20 Nov. 2012. <http://go. galegroup. com/ps/i. do? id=GALE%7CA19813571&v=2. 1&u=cps1540&it=r&p=GPS&sw=w>. Summary: a South African police officer is changing up his story in how Steve Biko was killed. They are telling how and why he could have possibly been killed.Steve Biko stood up for his rights despite the consequences because as it suggests” Biko was the leader of the Black Consciousness Movement and preached that Blacks should be proud of their culture and take control of their country. The crime committed by the officers that led to Biko’s death immediately catapulted him to the status of martyr in the anti-Apartheid struggle. ” Wiesel, Elie. “Wiesel,Elie. “Hope, Despair, and Memory. ” Nobel Lectures in Peace 1981- 1990. Singapore:world Scientific, 1997. (1986). ” PBS. PBS, n. d. Web. 20 Nov. 2012.

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