Coming of Age in Mississippi - Part 3: Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

Anne Moody
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At the end of summer is the March on Washington. Anne rides to Washington with Reverend King, his wife, Joan Trumpauer, and Bob. The ride up is slightly tense since only Bob and Anne are black and an integrated car could be dangerous depending on where they stop. Anne is disappointed with the march and the following speeches. Anne was hoping to hear a lot of speeches from strong leaders, but instead all she hears are men with dreams. On the ride back, Anne is the only black in the car and she is nervous about crossing through Alabama. Reverend King considers this fact as well and they stay in a Federal Park in Tennessee. The drive goes well and the group arrives back in Canton around 6 P.M.

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