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Dec 09

March #4

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Dear John Lewis, When reading the closing section of your book we saw the final parts of the civil right movement and the perseverance you had to be able to accomplish your goals. In this section we see the nighttime march for James Orange after the rallying by C.T. Vivian which also ended in a […]

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Nov 18

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As a college student at Georgia State University, I witness many of my fellow students constantly consume unhealthy food for the sake of saving money and getting a convenient meal. The space that I chose to observe is the dining area outside the Panda Express in the Student Center, which is a place that displays […]

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Nov 18

Dear John Lewis,  I am writing you this letter because I recently read pages 110-173 of your book March. In this section of the book we see the struggles of African Americans as the fought for the right to vote. One thing that really struck a chord with me was when Fannie Lou Hamer explained […]

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Oct 14

Dear John Lewis,             I am writing you this letter because I recently read pages 25-80 of your book March. In this section of the book we see the struggles of African Americans as the fought for the right to vote. We follow you as you go to different protest like the sit ins at […]

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Sep 23

  Dear John Lewis, I am writing you this letter in response to the opening section of your book March. In this section, the story begins with scenes from the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Mississippi which was a violent protest from white supremacist who were against black people trying to gain the right […]

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Sep 16

The first memories I have of  experiencing  literature is listening to my mother read children’s versions of bible stories and reading them Sunday school. I remember always being interested in the different stories in the bible and trying to understand the different lessons they were trying to teach and how these lessons could be applied […]

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Sep 08

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