at night freely or walk on the sidewalk. There were also ds イギリスで弁護士の資格を得たガンディーは, 23歳のときに南アフリカに渡ります 1098. It was under British rule at that time and there was a 1ot of discrimination. For example. Indians could not go out コ 別 「に =k] at night freely or walk on the sidewalk. hotels thatdid not accept Indian guests. 5 In 1906, the British made a law that was even more unfair to Indian people Indians in South Africa got angry and stood up against the law. Gandhi decided to leada movement to protect their rights. His message was "Don't follow the law, but don't use violence, even if you are 10 arrested.” Soon the jails became full of Indians, and Gandhi himself was sent there. Finally, in 1914, after many years and much effort, the law was removed. It showed that non-violent movements can be effective. [139 words] 15
The money went to the British. could produce or sell salt. They put a heavy tax on it. The Indians were very poor, but they had to buy expensive salt. British made for salt. According to the law, only the British Gandhi returned to India in 1915. India was also a he reached the sea. This non-violent march was called the .joined him on the way. After walking almost 400 kilometers, himself. He started with 78 followers. Thousands of people 0 In those days, there was a law that the O col 植目 British colony. sa のta Oe 10 5 Gandhi thought it was 2 unfair. To 1930, Gandhi decided to walk to the sea and make salt 10 This non-violent march was called the a-t March. News of the march spread around the world. It chowed people a new way to fight against discrimination. Gandhi's peaceful fight continued after that. In 1947, India won independence. Non-violent protest is the legacy that Gandhi left. It has influenced famous leaders, such as Martin Luther King, Jr. and Nelson Mandela.