|Reverent C.T Vivian|
Reverent C.T Vivian played a large role in the movements within Nashville Tennessee during the 1960s. He helped form the systematic non-violent protests that led to Mayor Ben West to say as a man, he found racial discrimination to be morally wrong. Vivian became a member of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) and was one the first to ride on the "Freedom Rides.
The themes in the short chapter "Church" and in the long chapter "The Man I Killed", I found it interesting how the themes are very opposite of each other. In one chapter we have monks helping the soldiers, and in the other, we have soldiers shooting and mistreating civilians. The whole idea and story in these chapters contradicts on another since one side makes them look good when the other shows the lesser side of them.