Sol’s War Memorabilia – the woke version

Title: Sol’s Civil Rights Memorabilia Emporium

[Scene: Sol’s Civil Rights Memorabilia Emporium. Sol, a passionate advocate for social justice, mans the counter.]

Sol: Welcome to Sol’s Civil Rights Memorabilia Emporium, where we honor the struggles and triumphs of marginalized communities throughout history.

Customer: Hi, I’m looking for something that celebrates the resilience of the civil rights movement.

Sol: Ah, you’ve come to the right place! We have a wide selection of items that commemorate the fight for equality and justice.

Customer: That’s great. I’m particularly interested in something related to the March on Washington.

Sol: Excellent choice. How about this replica of the “I Have a Dream” speech delivered by Martin Luther King Jr.? It’s printed on recycled paper to symbolize our commitment to sustainability and equality for all.

Customer: Wow, that’s perfect. And do you have anything related to the voting rights struggle?

Sol: Absolutely. Here’s a badge from the Selma to Montgomery marches, a powerful symbol of the fight for voting rights for African Americans. We believe that every voice deserves to be heard, and this badge represents that ongoing struggle.

Customer: That’s exactly what I was looking for. I’m glad to support a business that values social justice.

Sol: Thank you for your support. Remember, each item you purchase helps us continue the fight for equality and justice for all.

[The customer leaves, feeling empowered and inspired by their purchase.]

Sol: Another satisfied customer. Remember, folks, the struggle for civil rights is ongoing, and we all have a role to play in creating a more just and equitable society.