March: Book 2 - Pages 46-70 Summary & Analysis

Andrew Aydin, John Lewis, and Nate Powell
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The first frame on page 46 is set in Nashville, Tennessee, on May 14, 1961. Several people attend a picnic to celebrate the desegregation of theaters. In the second and third frames, a newscaster announces over the radio about the bus on fire near Anniston, Alabama. In frame four, Lewis says that was the bus he was on. The report continues as Lewis and others go to First Baptist Church for an immediate meeting.

The first frame of page 47 shows someone dialing a rotary telephone. Diane Nash learns that James Farmer is in Washington, D.C. A frame in the middle of page 47 shows chaos as people talk to each other as news reports continues. A newscaster says Freedom Riders who arrived in Birmingham, Alabama, were also attacked. In the bottom two frames of the page, the newscaster says that one of the Freedom Riders was...

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