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Melba prepares to go to the wrestling match and to take her mind off of the integration.
Melba plans on going to the wrestling matches that night with Grandma India. She was hoping to meet up with Vince. Grandma India and Mother Lois, however, tell her she can’t go because it is too dangerous.
That night Melba writes in her diary, “Freedom is not integration. Freedom is being able to go with Grandma to the wrestling matches.”
Melba’s sadness is relieved when she sees the Sunday newspaper with a picture of the hateful, angry, twisted faces of the ugly mob that surrounded Central High.
She felt better when Vince caught up with her after Sunday services and asked her to be his girlfriend.
The Little Rock Nine had a conference with Mrs. Bates and Thurgood Marshall who urged them to be ready to testify in federal court.
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