Coming of Age in Mississippi

In the book Coming of Age in Mississippi, what were Anne Moddy's views on Marthin Luther king Jr.?

Asked by
Last updated by anonymous
1 Answers
Log in to answer
After listening to Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I have a dream" speach, Anne was sort of dissapointed. She was sick of African Americans "dreaming" instead of doing. King was trying to get voting rights around the time of the speach and Anne Moody thought he should be more concerned about the poverty among African Americans instead.