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Andrew Aydin , John Lewis, and Nate Powell
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Describe John Lewis's early childhood.

Readers should talk about his life on the farm, how he raises and feels about chickens, and how his attitudes are formed by his circumstances. They should also discuss how his attitudes change after his summer visiting relatives in the North.

Describe the sit-ins at the Nashville lunch counters. Why do the students stage the sit-ins and what do they accomplish?

The lunch counters are segregated prior to the sit-ins, which prompts the protests. The students should discuss the process, including the nonviolent attitude of the protestors, and the attacks. This answer should also include information about the arrests and the protestors' refusal to pay bail, ending with Nashville Mayor Ben West's meeting with the protestors.

Describe the effect of segregation on the lives of people during the 1950s and 1960s.

Many aspects of life are segregated during this era, evidenced by...

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