March: Book One - Pages 36-54 Summary & Analysis

Andrew Aydin , John Lewis, and Nate Powell
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The first frame on page 36 reverts to Lewis's childhood. His parents have the attitude that they should never speak out or do anything to incur the anger of whites. But other members of the family are more progressive with regard to wanting equal rights. Otis Carter is Lewis's maternal uncle. He is an educator and he plans to take Lewis to visit relatives in the North. On page 37, Lewis says his Uncle Otis pays attention to Lewis because of his dedication to school work and because of his actions as a whole. Lewis often wears a tie. The grownups laugh about it, but Otis sees the man Lewis could become. In the summer of 1951, Otis and Lewis set out. The final frame of page 37 shows picnic baskets in the back of a car.

In the first frame of page 38, Lewis says they carry...

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