March: Book 2 - Pages 22-45 Summary & Analysis

Andrew Aydin, John Lewis, and Nate Powell
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On page 22, the Central Committee, including Lewis, meet to talk about the increase in violence. Reverend Will Campbell, a white man, is afraid that someone will be killed. Lewis respects Campbell, but insists the protests had to continue. In the first frame of page 23, Campbell is angry, accusing Lewis of letting his pride get in the way, but Lewis says they will continue to protest. The first frame of page 24 shows a huge line of people outside the movie theater. The caption says that Lewis was leading the protestors. In the third frame, a white man locks the door of the theater from the inside. In the fourth frame, the protestors lock arms and stand, shoulder-to-shoulder. The fifth frame shows the closeup of a protestor as, in the sixth frame, police arrive. The first frame on page 25 shows a man's hands in handcuffs...

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