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Andrew Aydin, John Lewis, and Nate Powell
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Describe John Lewis's attitude about equal rights.

The reader should talk about Lewis's personal attitudes, including that protests prompt change and that nonviolence is the only way to enact positive change. Lewis's actions and personal involvement in the Civil Rights Movement is another aspect of this topic.

Who is Malcolm X and how does he change over the course of the Civil Right Movement?

Malcolm X is a Civil Rights leader who initially believes in using any method to force change, including threats and violence. His attitude changes so that he is more in line with the attitudes of King and Lewis, but he continues to use his image in an effort to prompt change. The reader can also talk about Malcolm's realization that his life is in danger, and that he believes poverty is a big factor in inequality.

What is the attitude of Civil Rights leaders when President John Kennedy is killed?

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