The Road to Memphis - Chapter 7, The Road to Memphis Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, The Road to Memphis Summary

On their way to Memphis along the pitch black highway, Stacey notices that the car is not running well and stops at a gas station to check under the hood. Cassie wants to use the restroom, but the station has only white toilets. The gas station attendant looks at the engine and finds a worn fan belt. He offers to change it, but a car carrying white couples pulls up. The attendant serves them first, and more cars, with whites in them, drive into the station. One of the men demands that Stacey move his car, which he does with some protest. Stacey leaves for the store and gives Cassie the car keys in case she needs to move the car again. Cassie spots the whites-only restrooms and decides to secretly use one. A white...

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