March: Book 2 - Pages 1-21 Summary & Analysis

Andrew Aydin, John Lewis, and Nate Powell
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The opening page of the book is a dedication to the “children” of the Civil Rights Movement. Page four shows a bus driving past a sign that reads “Montgomery City Limits.” The importance of that scene is shown in the coming pages. On page five, two men are shaking hands. One hand is light and one is dark. The date is January 20, 2009. There is a conversation bubble from the side of the page toward the white man. He greets “Brother John.”

There are five frames on page six. The first shows Representative John Lewis shaking hands with a man he calls Maurice. They are in the United States House of Representatives shortly before Barack Obama is to be sworn in as President. In the first frame of page seven, a woman urges Lewis to hurry, saying he should be “near the front,” but...

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