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Essay | Racisms Effects on the Logan's Family

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Racisms Effects on the Logan's Family

Summary: In the book Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry, a black family is plagued by racism, discrimination, hatred and an inferior lifestyle 70 years after slavery had been abolished.
Racisms Effects on the Logan's Family

Racism heavily affected the Logan's schooling, lifestyle, and their values. It affected them even though slavery had been abolished nearly 70 years earlier. Without racism the Logan's would have been treated equally by people's attitudes and by the law. Mildred Taylor did an excellent job of portraying the effects of racism in her Newberry award winning book Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry.

The Logan's didn't get books or a school bus, but the white children did. The white children's school building was much better than the black children's building. The white people seemed to find it funny that the Logan's (and all of the other black children) had to walk to school no matter what the weather. The Logan's had to walk to school rain or shine, all year long. The white children and their bus driver showed...

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