The Laramie Project Essay | Analysis on the Laramie Project

Moisés Kaufman
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Analysis on the Laramie Project

Summary: Analyzes the play, The Laramie Project. Describes its effects on the audience - positive and negative. Compares it to Harper Lee's novel, To Kill a Mockingbird.
The Laramie Project is an insightful piece, which highlights some of the harsher realities that is currently residing in this world. It is a play that is both informative and educational, detailing on how devastating hate can be. By choosing to ban this play, it is as if we are choosing to be ignorant towards these crimes. To be submerged in ignorance may lead to unpleasant side effects. People living their lives in ignorance will not understand how dangerous this world can be. Ignorance may also lead the offenders to believe that hate crimes are acceptable. Is this really the message you want to give to the public? This play will help make an impact, as everyone can plainly see the injustice of the crime that has occurred in Wyoming. Discrimination, prejudice, homophobia, hate...these are things that cannot be ignored, for they are things...

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