March: Book One - Pages 95-110 Summary & Analysis

Andrew Aydin , John Lewis, and Nate Powell
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On page 95, the various groups reunite at the church. All consider their days' work a success. They recount incidents that happened, including a lady who ran away when she discovered there were blacks in the restroom.

Frame one on page 96 shows students headed for another day of protest on February 18. Some 200 protestors join. Frame two shows the sign on the front of one of the stores, W.T. Grant. The manager again closes the lunch counter and protestors sit at the counter for hours without incident. On February 20, they arrive again. Frames five and six of page 96 show whites beginning to be angry, shouting racial slurs, and complaining.

In frame one of page 97, Lawson announces that the store owners have asked students to stop their protests to give them time to come up with a solution. The students agree but days pass with...

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