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Coming of age in mississippi by anne moody this book is a must read for anyone interested in the brutality of the south during the movement. Coming of age in mississippi covers a span of nineteen years, from when anne is four to twenty-three years old moody’s own personal evolution parallels and symbolizes the development of the civil rights movement anne moody was born essie may moody in 1940. Instructions: based on the book : coming of age in mississippi by anne moody how did anne moody’s gender shape her experiences of racism as she grew up in mississippi and how did gender shape her experiences as an activist.Download