March: Book One Setting & Symbolism

Andrew Aydin , John Lewis, and Nate Powell
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Social Gospel

This is the program founded by King that combines Biblical principles with the social issues of the generation. Lewis recognizes it as a means of making a real impact on the Civil Rights Movement.

Canon House Office Building

This is where Lewis has his offices as Congressman, and where all the action occurs that includes Lewis's sister, and the young mother with her sons, Esau and Jacob.

Chickens

Lewis is responsible for the family's chickens when he is young, and he becomes incredibly attached to many of them. He is heartbroken when a chicken dies and horrified when his family eats one or barters one for necessities. As an adult, Lewis has nicknacks in the shape of chickens in his office, which prompts Jacob and Esau to ask about chickens, leading Lewis to talk about his early life on the farm.

The Edmund Pettus Bridge

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