Coming of Age in Mississippi - Part 3: Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

Anne Moody
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Anne ends up staying in New Orleans only a few days because she has no way of making money. When Anne arrives back in Canton, she goes to visit Mrs. Chinn. Mrs. Chinn tells her that C.O. has been put in jail and she is losing hope. Anne takes a walk around Canton and sees Mr. Chinn walking with a chain gang. He tries to appear happy when he sees Anne, but the image of Mr. Chinn on the chain gang disheartens her.

When Anne gets back to the COFO office there is a bus out front. Bob Moses sticks his head out and hails Anne. He asks her to accompany them to Washington so that she can testify with them. Anne boards the bus and takes a seat next to a twelve-year-old boy. As the bus pulls out of town, the...

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