6) We chose to highlight this scene because it's when John Lewis is giving a speech to his people. It is significant because John Lewis encourage many African-Americans by telling them how bad they were treated for the past few centuries and now it is the time to end all the crisis. This shows good citizenship because John Lewis is taking action to change his society.
2) We chose to highlight this scene because it was showing how they protested in non-violence even in the toughest situation. John Lewis included this because he wants the readers to understand, why they went to jail. They went to jail so that they didn't have to pay $200 fine. This shows a sign of good citizenship because they felt like going to jail was a better decision, rather than giving the government money based on how they have been treated
5) We chose to highlight this scene because it's showing the argument that went on before John Lewis' important speech. It's significant because, within the same group, they were arguing about some of the words in John Lewis' speech. John Lewis reveals that it's important to be mindful of what words to use because it affects how a person interprets the message. Especially situation like this, it could cause infighting and confusion within the group.
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4) We chose to highlight this scene because in this part of Lewis's story, the former chairman of SNCC passed away and he's elected as the new chairman. This is significant because now he has more responsibilities and has to try to lead SNCC the correct path and that it doesn't get out of hand. We chose to make this scene because it's what it showed in the book.
1) We chose to highlight this scene because it was significant that when the Freedom Riders went on their journey to desegregate and protest throughout different towns, they were attacked before they could reach there destination. This represents the hatred they've received, up to the point that even the police didn't want to help and let the KKK have 15 minutes alone with them before any arrests. We made the picture look the way it does to show the minimum of what happened to Freedom Riders. This displays "good trouble" on the Freedom Rider's part because even though they're getting into trouble and danger, they're doing it benefit their country.
3) We chose to highlight this scene because John Lewis may have included it to display that even children started getting involved in the movement. It was embarrassing to the city as they had to arrest over a thousand black children and made the nation more conscious of the movement. I made it look like this so it displays how even children are sick of segregation.