John Howard Griffin
This character decides to become a black man so that he can tour through the southern part of the United States and see what it is like to be a black man.
This character is the editor of a newspaper in Mississippi and believes in the equality of the races.
This character, who becomes the editor for Sepia magazine was a secretary to a former editor of that magazine.
This character is the owner of a black magazine, Sepia, who promises to foot the bill for the trip through the Southern states.
Reverend A. L. Davis
This character is a man that the main character meets at the YMCA cafe in New Orleans.
This character is also a man that the main character meets at the YMCA cafe in New Orleans. Together, they discuss the biggest...
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