I am ashamed to be a human being this morning. I witnessed not just murder last night, but violence and cruelty and vicious hatred.I am setting you free.
During this scene Amari is working in the rice fields of her owner under the scorching copper sun. Though, this is her first day working in the harsh conditions away form the privileges of the kitchen jobs.
My spirit is dead. They beat it out of me with their whips, cut it out of me with their knives, shot it out of me with their guns. I can barely see, and every step causes me pain.
Two weeks later... In this scene the doctor states his own beliefs to Amari, Polly, and Tidbit as well as how he is ashamed of what the many people of this time period stand for. To add on, this gives a new perspective for Amari about white people.
After being set free from the doctor Amari, Polly, and Tidbit make the long journey to freedom but it has been shown that freedom is not so easily obtained. The journey will be rough and long for these three young characters.
While traveling Amari reunited with her lifelong friend, also known as Besa. Though, Amari has realized that every since he has become a slave he as changed from the man she used to know. His eyes no longer shine with hope and happiness.
In this last and final scene Polly Amari, and Tidbit finally reach freedom after all of their hard work. They are welcomed with open arms by those who have experienced just as much as they have.