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March Storyboard

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  • Preaching to the Chickens
  • Individual development and identity
  • Trip to Chicago
  • Individual development and identity
  • The Power and Empowering of Education
  • I am John Robert Lewis.
  • Individual development and identity
  • John Lewis' mother read the first words from the bible that was given to him by his uncle had given him. At that moment he realized that he wanted to be a preacher.  John Lewis began preaching to his chickens every night.
  • Mrs. Rosa Parks
  • Power, authority and governance
  • The trip to visit with his uncle up north was a life changing experience for John Lewis. He was shocked when he learned his uncle had white neighbors and he realized how different the North and the South were. However, when he returned home he was reminding of how different being his way of living was from a white child's way of living.
  • Playgrounds
  • At this point John Lewis knew what he wanted to do and what his goal was so therefore he knew he had to give Dr. Martin Luther King the impression  John Lewis' states his entire name to Dr. Martin Luther King to show that he was a man.
  • Sit-Ins at the diners
  • Get on!
  • Leave, Nigger!
  • Power, authority and governance
  • Rosa Parks was an African American woman who was attempting to get home after a day at work. She refused to give up her seat to a white person who boarded the bus after her and was arrested because she did not want to move to the back of the bus.
  • John Lewis and the other black children didn't have nice toys and equipment to play with outside. Instead, cinderblocks would be layed out in dirt for them to play with. The county would provide all the nice buses, toys, and other materials to the white children.
  • Power, authority and governance
  • The white servers and customers felt entitled to say anything to the protestors because they knew they had police on their side. They would harass and bully the black protesters because the knew that they would not get in trouble for their actions. It wasn't morally right but the segregation laws were in place.
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