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Can someone write me an essay?10 points for the first person!please…?

The topic is on Ira Hayes and Jackie Robinson. There has to be a grabber(cant be a question). And the thesis about how Jackie robinson and Ira hayes were brave and if they are brave in the same way.(ex. Jackie Robinson and Ira Hayes faced many challenges, and they were brave and faced the obstacles.)First Body paragraph is on How was Ira Hayes is brave and what did he do that was so heroic and brave?Give specific examples and good details.Second Body paragraph on how was Jackie Robinson brave and what did he do that was so heroic and brave? Specific examples and good details.Third Body Paragraph on Why or why not they are heroes? Specific examples and good details. And Conclusion restating the thesis and a clincherMake sure is the essay is written eloquently and in description (maybe an A+ paper)Thanks These are two websites you MUST use the info from... [external link]

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  1. lorica says:

    yea writing an essay in bout expressing ur own feelings bout something and u told us to make original somewat. well if u tell us wat info we have to use then its not our work. its rlly us doing ur work 4 u which i have feeling that is hw and u want some1 to do it 4 u. but still like i said essays are 1 way to express ur feelings. if we use those sites then how can we?

  2. rumps says:

    Ira Hamilton Hayes was an Akimel O’odham, or Pima Native American, and an enrolled member of the Gila River Indian Community. A veteran of World War II’s Battle of Iwo Jima, Hayes was trained as a Paramarine in the United States Marine Corps (USMC), and became one of five Marines, along with a United States Navy corpsman, immortalized in the iconic photograph of the flag raising on Iwo Jima.On February 19, 1945, Hayes took part in the landing on Iwo Jima. He then participated in the battle for the island and was among the group of Marines that took Mount Suribachi five days later, on February 23, 1945.The raising of the second American flag on Suribachi by five Marines, Ira Hayes, Rene Gagnon, Harlon Block, Franklin Sousley, and Mike Strank, and a Navy Corpsman, John Bradley, was immortalized by photographer Joe Rosenthal and became an icon of the war. Overnight, Hayes (on the far left of the photograph) became a national hero, along with the two other survivors of the famous photograph, Rene Gagnon and John Bradley. Hayes’s story drew particular attention because he was Native American. This is now a great monument of them raising the flag.After the war, Hayes attempted to lead a normal life, unsuccessfully. “I kept getting hundreds of letters. And people would drive through the reservation, walk up to me and ask, ‘Are you the Indian who raised the flag on Iwo Jima’?”[3] He rarely spoke about the flag raising, but spoke often with great pride about his time in the Marine Corps.After returning home from the war, Hayes remained troubled that one of his friends, Harlon Block (one of the flagraisers, killed in action days after the event), was mistaken for another man, Hank Hansen. Hayes later hitchhiked 1,300 miles from his Pima Indian reservation to Ed Block’s farm in Texas, to reveal the truth to Block’s family. He was instrumental in having the controversy resolved, to the delight and gratitude of the Block family.Ira Hayes appeared in the 1949 John Wayne film, Sands of Iwo Jima, along with fellow flag raisers John Bradley and Rene Gagnon. All three men played themselves in the movie. Wayne hands the flag to be raised to the three men. (The actual flag that was raised on Mount Suribachi is used in the film.)After the war, Hayes accumulated a record of some fifty arrests for drunkenness. Referring to his alcoholism, he once said: “I was sick. I guess I was about to crack up thinking about all my good buddies. They were better men than me and they’re not coming back. Much less back to the White House, like me.”In 1954, after a ceremony where he was lauded by President Eisenhower as a hero, a reporter rushed up to him and asked him, “How do you like the pomp and circumstance?” Hayes hung his head and said, “I don’t.”Hayes’ disquiet about his unwanted fame and his subsequent postwar problems were first recounted in detail by the author William Bradford Huie in The Outsider, published in 1959 as part of his collection Wolf Whistle and Other Stories. The Outsider was filmed in 1961.Flags of Our Fathers (2000) suggested Hayes suffered from posttraumatic stress disorder in the years following the war.Jack Roosevelt “Jackie” Robinson (January 31, 1919 – October 24, 1972) was the first African American Major League Baseball (MLB) player of the modern era.[1] Robinson broke the baseball color line when he debuted with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947. As the first black man to openly play in the major leagues since the 1880s, he was instrumental in bringing an end to racial segregation in professional baseball, which had relegated African-Americans to the ***** leagues for six decades.[2] The example of his character and unquestionable talent challenged the traditional basis of segregation, which then marked many other aspects of American life, and contributed significantly to the Civil Rights Movement.[3][4]Apart from his cultural impact, Robinson had an exceptional baseball career. Over ten seasons, he played in six World Series and contributed to the Dodgers’ 1955 World Championship. He was selected for six consecutive All-Star Games from 1949 to 1954,[5] was the recipient of the inaugural MLB Rookie of the Year Award in 1947, and won the National League Most Valuable Player Award in 1949 – the first black player so honored.[6] Robinson was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1962. In 1997, Major League Baseball retired his uniform number, 42, across all major league teams.Robinson was also known for his pursuits outside the baseball diamond. He was the first African-American television analyst in Major League Baseball, and the first African-American vice-president of a major American corporation. In the 1960s, he helped establish the Freedom National Bank, an African-American-owned/controlled financial institution based in Harlem, New York. In recognition of his achievements on and off the field, Robinson was posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Con

  3. lavatch says: