The Mothers - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

Brit Bennett
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The Mothers talk about how they could have warned Nadia about Luke and how they have experienced over the years the trap of love themselves. They reveal the origins of the abortion clinic and how they went to protest outside, eventually stopping due to the threat of militant white protesters that could get them in trouble as well. At that time, ten years before his wife's death, Robert Turner was not committed but would help deliver protest signs. After his wife's death, the former Marine used his black Chevy pickup in complete service of Upper Room, providing it for use at any time for the congregation, and eventually realizing that he was welcome amongst them because they appreciated him, not just because they pitied him. Nadia remembers how Luke helped her celebrate when she was accepted into Michigan by taking her out to the...

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