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Explains the work that Rosemarie and Vincent did for the freedom movement—traveling to various towns to speak with local leaders and influential people to try to open their minds to the cause. She tells of one particular experience with a local plantation owner who was fascinated to meet them and interested to hear what they had to say, but couldn’t quite seem to accept it. The chapter ends with Rosemarie’s memory of seeing a kind of aura around Martin Luther King Jr.

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