Coming of Age in Mississippi - Study Guide Part 3: Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

Anne Moody
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A week after President Kennedy's assassination, Anne decides that she needs to get re-involved with the Movement. She contacts a friend with the New Orleans CORE chapter and begins canvassing for voter registration. She soon realizes that getting Negroes in New Orleans to register is just as difficult as getting Negroes in Mississippi to vote. The biggest difference is that whites and blacks can canvass together without threat of violence.

Junior goes home to Centreville but returns a few days later in the middle of the night. He tells Adline and Anne that Emma's brother Clift has been killed. Junior says that now five Negroes have been killed in the past three months and none of the murders have been solved. Anne is unable to cry for Clift and realizes that she has seen so much death recently that she is unable to...

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