One Day When I was Lost: A Scenario - Study Guide Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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Betty agrees to marry Malcolm and is anxious to become a good, subservient Muslim wife. Very soon after the wedding, Malcolm and Betty part at the airport, where Malcolm leaves to fly to a city to deliver another speech on behalf of The Movement. Malcolm apologizes to Betty that they must be separated, but Betty encourages her husband's work on behalf of Allah.

The screenplay then transitions to a rapid sequence of images and events covering the inequality and violence toward black people, such as police dogs used on children and black children smoking reefers in Harlem schools while white men play golf at luxurious courses. There are also scenes of Betty teaching classes on the Muslim religion and black people reading The Movement's newspaper.

As racial tensions heat up in the 1960's, Malcolm's visibility increases, and Luther and some of the other leaders in The Movement...

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