March: Book 2 - Pages 111-143 Summary & Analysis

Andrew Aydin, John Lewis, and Nate Powell
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The first frame of page 111 shows people on a busy city street. Lewis and the Nashville group turn their attention to the unfair hiring practices. The program is dubbed “Operation Open City.” Protestors stand in hiring lines. Lewis says “Thugs were hired to harass us” (111). The fourth frame of this page shows a young man spraying black paint on a white member of the protestors. The man grits his teeth, but thanks the attacker. At the bottom of the page, Lewis says he believes their dedication to nonviolence is an important part of their success.

On page 112, Lewis says he can see some protestors who are not dedicated to the nonviolence. One of those is Stokely Carmichael, who is passing through with the Freedom Riders. Jim Lawson is the one who tells Carmichael that the Central Committee requested that Carmichael leave.

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