Mississippi school district pulls ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ because it ‘makes people uncomfortable’

Harper Lee’ ersus Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, “ In order to Kill a Mockingbird, ” had been removed from a Mississippi school area lesson plan because the book’ h language made some people feel anxious.

Administrators at the Biloxi College District announced early this week these were pulling the novel from the 8th-grade curriculum, saying they received compaints that some of the book’ s vocabulary “ makes people uncomfortable. ”

The particular Sunlight Herald reported how the book was pulled from the training plan because the novel contained “ the N word. ”

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A note on the school’s website says “To Kill A Mockingbird” teaches learners that compassion and empathy avoid depend upon race or education.

School table vice president Kenny Holloway states other books can teach the same training.

However , the book will be available in Biloxi school libraries.

The book, published in 1960, chronicled adventures of Jean Louise Finch also known as Scout and her brother Jeremy aka Jem and the racial inequality that existed in their small The state of alabama town. The book followed the court case their father, Atticus, was involved in.

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In the story, Atticus defended Tom Robinson, a dark man who was accused of raping Mayella Ewell, a young white female. Despite strong evidence of Robinson’ s i9000 innocence, he was found doing raping Ewell.

The book was modified into a movie in 1962, featuring Gregory Peck, who won a good Academy Award for Best Actor pertaining to his portrayal of Atticus Finch.  

The Sun Herald reported the book was listed at No . twenty one on the American Library Association’ s most “ banned or even challenged books list in the last 10 years. ”

The Associated Press led to this report.