How To Kill A Mockingbird And Racism In The 1900's

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In the 1900’s a lot of things were happening like racism. Racism was a big thing that people talked about all the time like the Scottsboro Boys trial, the African American church burning, and the Jim Crow Laws. Harper Lee wanted to spread her expression to the people about racism and wanted to tell the world about how black people were treated differently because of their race. All of these were big factors in the 1900’s. Harper Lee later wrote the book To Kill a Mockingbird which was inspired by the Scottsboro Boys trial, the African American church burning, and the Jim crow Laws. During the Scottsboro Boys, Trial and Defense Campaign, It is by understanding the parallel between Tom Robinson’s case in To Kill a Mockingbird and the Scottsboro
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