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Coming of Age in Mississippi Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3: Chapter 29 Summary

Anne Moody
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Part 3: Chapter 29 Summary and Analysis

The next morning, when Anne arrives in Canton, she sees Mrs. Chinn. Anne learns that they are expecting about five hundred adults to march and there are eight hundred high school students ready to march if the adults are stopped. Cops, some of whom appear to be whites pulled off the streets and deputized, line the streets. Anne spots the cop who used to follow her around Canton and he follows her as she walks toward a church. Inside the church Anne is astounded by the number of students who have turned out to support the march. Her spirits are lifted and she feels a returning sense of hope.

Back at the march's headquarters, the adults are preparing to begin their march. They have been granted permission to stage their demonstration but only if they walk two at a time and leave ten...

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