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Unformatted text preview: in this period? Part 3: College 1. What is life in a southern black college like for Moody? Aside from her political activities, how do her experiences resemble and differ from your own? 2. How and why does Moody get drawn into civil rights organizing? 3. Describe some of the typical experiences that Moody has as a grass-roots participant in the civil rights movement. Part 4: The Movement 1. How does Moodys deepening involvement in the civil rights movement affect her relations with family members? 2. What does participation in the movement mean to her? 3. What are some of the difficulties and dangers the SNCC workers face when working in Canton, Mississippi? 4. What impact does the Birmingham church bombing have on Moody? 5. How does Moody respond to John Kennedys assassination? 6. How do you interpret the ending? After all that has happened, what seems to be her attitude toward the movement, and toward the future?...
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