Their black neighbors are fearful of what could happen to them due to Melba’s non-conformity. They're “disapproving glances” foreshadow the social ostracism that Melba experiences when walking down her neighborhood.
A large group of students at central high was yelling and screaming out at her. While Melba and her mother seek out the other members of the Little Rock Nine faces the crowd alone, foreshadowing the loneliness and ostracism that all of them.
It was hard for Melba to get to the car because of the white student tryna chase her. So she had to leave without her mom to get in the car because there was people hating and trying to hurt her
she misses the social interaction and fun of watching the matches,Melba becomes upset again and writes in her diary that freedom is not integration but the ability to go to wrestling matches.
After the main session, in which reporters ask Melba how she feels about going back to Central and ask Lois how a mother could put her child in such a situation, they have one-on-one interviews.
Governor Faubus’s day in court arrives on September 19th. The federal court decision would be precedent-setting and could affect the whole country.