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Andrew Aydin, John Lewis, and Nate Powell
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Describe John Lewis's role in the Civil Rights Movement.

Lewis is a leader who believes in nonviolence. The reader should talk about his attitudes and dedication, including his determination that the demonstrations should be peaceful and that protestors should not strike out, even if they are attacked.

Who is Eugene "Bull" Connor and what is his role in the Civil Rights Movement?

Connor is the Birmingham Chief of Police during the early 1960s when the Civil Rights Movement is working to change laws and attitudes in the South. Connor is prejudiced and meets the protests with violence. The reader should talk about how Connor misuses his power and his decision to turn dogs and fire hoses on the group of children who march for equality.

Describe Lewis's attitude about the plan to march on Washington, D.C. Why do you believe he feels this way?

While Lewis...

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