We chose to highlight this scene because it shows the dedication that Civil Rights Activists had to their cause of achieving equality. John Lewis included this in the narrative to express his willingness to support a cause he cares a lot about. In this scene, John Lewis is being told by Rev. Will Campbell that they should not march due to increasing acts of violence. We chose to represent this particular manner because it shows the discipline he has towards the movement. I think this scene portrays good trouble because it leads to violence while proving a point.
We chose to highlight this scene to demonstrate the amount of immense risk members of the freedom rides were willing to put themselves in for their cause. Lewis included it in the narrative to show they knew the kind of danger they were getting themselves into, but they did it anyways. In the scene they are eating dinner the day before they set out on the freedom rides, knowing full-well this may be their “last supper”, as they may die from the violence. We chose to show it in this manner to convey how they thought they may be giving up their life for the cause. It portrays good citizenship because a good citizens would risk themselves for the values they hold dear.
We have chosen the highlight this scene because it shows the resistance faced by the movement from both the public and the government. John Lewis included it in his narrative to show the sacrifices made by his fellow freedom riders. The scene shows the freedom riders’ bus being bombed in the deep south, an action which the police promised the KKK not intervene with for a few minutes. We chose to represent it in this manner to show the brutality faced by those hoping to inspire racial equality in the south. This shows the concept of “good trouble” being taken to such extreme it can be seen as sacrifice, as lives are being put on the line.
We have chosen to highlight this scene because it shows how even at the lowest point (in prison), the civil rights activists are able to keep non-violently resisting. John Lewis included it in the narrative to show how they were able to keep their spirits up by singing, sticking for their cause even in the toughest conditions. In this scene, freedom riders arrested and sent to prison sing as a way to non-violently resist the guards and continue non-cooperation. We chose to show it in this way to demonstrate how they managed to remain positive while being incarcerated. It shows good citizenship because they never gave up fighting for what they believed in.
We have chosen to highlight this scene because it shows how the police had gone to such extreme measures to stop the movement. John Lewis included this in his narrative to show the reader to cruelty of the officers. What is happening in this scene is the police officers are spraying child protesters with water to get them to move. We chose to represent it like this to show the readers harsh it was to be a protester. This scene portrays good trouble because the protesters are protesting for a cause.
We chose to highlight this scene because it is when the protesters marched on Washington. John Lewis included this in his narrative to show the reader about how everyone gathered around to support a belief. What is happening is John Lewis and others are speaking at the march. We chose to represent it like this to give the reader a visual for what happened at the march. This scene portrays good citizenship because they are having a peaceful protest being non-violent