August 17, 1960
- We guess that Griffin is braver than his neighbors, because no one came for him.
- He hires a young black kid to help him clean up his parents' house and they start talking about why white people hate black people and call them "n*****s."
- The conversation makes Griffin realize that the lack of communication between black people and white people only causes more problems.
- He is worried that black people will turn to violence while trying to fight against racism. And if that happens, well, we can't say he didn't warn them.