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Revolution (The Sixties Trilogy) Characters

Deborah Wiles
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Sunny

Sunny is a 12-year-old girl who lives in Greenville, Mississippi, during the summer of 1964. She lives with an extended family consisting of her biological father, her stepmother Annabelle, step-siblings Audrey and Gillette, her father's brother Parnell, and her maternal grandmother, Meemaw. Sunny is struggling with the changes in her family, including her relationship with Annabelle.

Sunny spends her summer riding her bicycle around the neighborhood, playing with her friends, and watching as the blacks work to enact social and political changes that curtail their rights and their daily lives. Sunny does not fully understand the changes, and is surprised when the city erupts in violence because some black teens buy tickets for the local movie theater. She watches from nearby as blacks try to register to vote.

Sunny is also interested in Jo Ellen, a white volunteer who reminds Sunny of her biological mother. Jo Ellen is a...

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