March: Book 2 Quotes

Andrew Aydin, John Lewis, and Nate Powell
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I'll end up where I need to be.
-- John Lewis (chapter 1 paragraph Frame three)

Importance: Lewis and others are preparing for Obama's inauguration and someone has just urged him to move to the front of the line, where he is expected to be. Lewis's attitude, that he will end up in the correct place, is symbolic of his fight for equal rights that brought him to this day in history – the day when the first black man is sworn in to the nation's highest office.

I spent February 21, 1961 – my twenty-first birthday – in jail.”
-- John Lewis (chapter 1 paragraph Frame four)

Importance: Lewis and others are in jail for protesting the segregated theaters. It is significant that Lewis is willing to spend time in jail rather than pay his bail, even though it means he misses his birthday and his senior sermon. That is symbolic of his dedication to the Civil Rights Movement.

I know that an education is important and I hope to get one...
-- John Lewis (chapter 1 paragraph Frame six)

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