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The Watsons Go to Birmingham-1963 Chapter Summary & Analysis - Epilogue Summary

Christopher Paul Curtis
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Epilogue Summary

The author tells readers about some of the events in the civil rights era of the 1960s. He talks about some of the famous people who worked and sacrificed for civil rights, and the laws that were passed because of them. He also says there are many ordinary people who were heroes, and they may be living right along side of us. They may even be us.

Epilogue Analysis

Although this book isn't really about the civil rights movement, it is about one family and their experience of one piece of that time in history. Every family had an experience of injustice and hatred to deal with, and each individual can be a hero by doing what is right.

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