This is about your own stubbornness. Your own sin!
Then I'm a sinner. But we're gonna march.
You are all under arrest!
You are all under arrest. For your own protection.
Now, hold on a minute!
Becoming a national movement
We were becoming a national movement.
I chose this event because this scene shows how much Lewis wanted to have a march even though others did not want to and while some even said that he is too stubborn about it.
Segregation for forever!
Segregation today, tomorrow, and forever!
I chose this event because the scene shows how badly and harshly people treated African Americans, not even giving them the right to protect themselves and arresting them with no reasons saying that they will protect them.
What do you want?
This is the scene when John Lewis says to himself that his movement is becoming a national one, as he is satisfied with it. This is important because after this event, his movement impacted America.
No more patience!
We cannot be patient. We do not want our freedom gradually, but we want it now!
This scene is important because his speech tells that people still do not want the African Americans right to be come true.
This scene is important because it shows that even though people try to continue the segregation like in scene #4, they did not let the hope to get their freedom.
This event is important as Lewis says that they can not wait anymore and want their freedom right now, showing how hard they worked and how much they want their freedom.