March: Book Three - Pages 139-173 Summary & Analysis

Andrew Aydin, John Lewis, and Nate Powell
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On page 139, Lewis returns home after 72 days away. The SNCC is seriously struggling. In previous years, the group had depended on coming to agreement on plans and projects, but the ranks have swelled after the summer's conflict and there are vastly different people with differing ideas now involved. On page 140, Lewis recounts a retreat for SNCC leadership. One of the main issues addressed there is the role of women. Gender equality is becoming a problem within the SNCC. On page 141, Lewis presents information about his travels to other members of the SNCC and gives press interviews about the commonality of the people struggling around the world against racial inequality. In the fourth and fifth frames of the page, several police officers are arrested in connection with the Mississippi murders. On page 142, a racist judge, Harold Cox, dismisses the charges. Lewis says that King...

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