March: Book Three - Pages 225-247 Summary & Analysis

Andrew Aydin, John Lewis, and Nate Powell
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Page 225 is a full-page frame. The page is solid black except an image of Lewis standing in front of a mirror, removing the bandage from his head. A bathroom sink with several toothbrushes in a cup is below the mirror.

Page 226 picks up on March 16, 1965, at Beulah Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama where a rally is taking place. One leader screams out his message, including profanity and a call for revenge. Lewis feels the SNCC is going a new direction, and that he cannot support it. On page 227, King is also present and he learns that the court has issued an injunction against the State of Alabama that will allow the protest march from Selma to Montgomery. They set the date for March 21.

Page 228 is a full-page image of a street filled with people. Television cameras line one side of the street, Lewis...

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