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This is the scene when Cassie was stomping angrily out of the Wallace Store and has an encounter with Lillian Jean Simms. Cassie walked into her without apologizing and Lillian Jean got upset. She demanded her to apologize but Cassie said no. As soon as Cassie started walking away Mr. Simms grabbed her by the arm and threw her to the curb to make sure she would never disobey a white person again. This was a significant scene in the chapter because it showed how segregated the country was.
Uncle Hammer asks his niece Cassie how her visit was to Strawberry. Cassie told him about the incident with Mr. Simms and Uncle Hammer was not happy. He called Mr. Morrison over so they could do something about it. Everybody was worried because he could lose his temper and they didn't know what would happen because he apparently had a gun. This was a significant scene because it shows how people like Uncle Hammer stood up for segregation and his family.
In this scene Stacey (Cassies brother) got a jacket from Uncle Hammer and it was very nice. It meant a lot to Uncle Hammer because they aren't very wealthy so when he bought this gift for Stacey he thought he would love it. T.J. Avery was making fun of Stacey and saying the jacket was ugly but he knew T.J. was just jealous. Stacey ends up giving the jacket to T.J. and Uncle Hammer was furious and said he didn't deserve the jacket. This was a significant scene because it shows conflict and hardship though their family.
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