On October 7, 1965, the Chicago Defender ran an article explaining that the Rev. Hosea Williams planned a 120-mile walk to Atlanta, after African-American teenagers were attacked by unruly whites for attempting to integrate a school. Classes often focus on the March on Washington and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. While this is, of course, extremely important, I feel like we should also be learning about things like this. I don’t think schools should sugarcoat the civil rights movement anymore. This article gives readers an inside look into what it felt like to be an African American at this time and the fear and anger that they felt.