March: Book One - Pages 111-122 Summary & Analysis

Andrew Aydin , John Lewis, and Nate Powell
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In frame one of page 111, a minister shouts “hallelujah” from the pulpit. In frame two, a reporter interviews a man who says there are few customers at the downtown businesses. The third frame of page 111 fills the middle half of the page. The scene is downtown. The mayor has come up with a plan for “partial integration” but the protestors see that it is merely another form of “partial segregation” (111) Despite the fact that protestors hate the mayor's plan, it gains support from various officials, including Wright, the Fisk president who pledged solidarity. In frame four, Thurgood Marshall talks from the pulpit at Fisk. He says that a protestor who has been arrested has “made your point,” and that he should then “get out” of the situation (111). Lewis is convinced that the protestors are fighting the white-dominated social structure, but that they are...

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