Welcome to Braggsville - Chapter Five — Chapter Seven Summary & Analysis

T. Geronimo Johnson
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In Chapter Five, the 4 Little Indians took the class “American History X, Y and Z: Alternative Perspectives” to fulfill a core requirement. The professor hosted Salon de Chat on Fridays, a time of free conversation pertaining to a menu of conversation topics. A girl at Daron and Charlie’s table talked about a performative intervention, which is a type of film which she argued would be the next social protest movement. During the entree portion of their conversation talked turned to reenactments. Some students were surprised to hear reenactments of civil rights protests were still being held. The entire room of students was shocked when Daron told them his town still hosted a reenactment of a Civil War battle. Candice suggested it could be a capstone project for the course especially since it coincided with the school’s spring break.

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