March: Book Three Important Characters

John Lewis - protagonist who has become a congressman in 2009 attending the inauguration of President Obama, but he flashes back to his efforts in the Civil Rights Movement when he led SNCC, marched, was put in jail, and traveled in an effort to help African Americans receive equal treatment

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. - preacher who spoke out against the injustices and led marches on behalf of the African Americans

Bob Moses - leader of the Council of Federated Organizations who came up with the idea for the Freedom Vote

John Blyth - proposed Freedom Schools, which would train people to register African Americans to vote

Harry Belafonte - singer who invited John and his friends to travel through Africa with him

Malcolm X - met with John and encouraged him to continue fighting, he spoke out against unequal treatment until he was assassinated

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