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Opinion on NAACP's Objections to "To Kill a Mockingbird"

Summary: A review and opinion about the NAACP's objections to "To Kill a Mockingbird," the classic novel by Harper Lee.
In my opinion, I think NAACP is wrong about the book "TO KILL MOCKINGBIRD" as being unfit for high school use. "TO KILL MOCKINGBIRD" is a great book because it shows how not all white people was raciest in the south at that time. The book also shows us how our morals are greater than what is right in the eyes of others. The book teaches us that if you don't learn what happened in the past it is bound to happen again. The book is great for the use for junior/senior high school use because there are many things that teens can learn form this book. For example, teenagers can learn to stand up for what is right besides what other people think is morally right. Teenagers can learn to face there fears and become all they can be. Finally, another thing teenagers can learn form this book is how to keep there head up besides what people say or think about them. That's why I think the NAACP is wrong about the book and I hope it is taught in schools everywhere.

Finally, I think White and African American parents objected to the book because they do not want to face what happened in the south back than. Black and white parents want to forget what happened in the past and want to look towards the future. White parents do not want there children know that there grandfathers and great-grandfathers were owners of some of there black friend's grandfathers and grandmothers. I think parents don't like this book because so many things goes on in this book. Things like racism, poverty, seduction, and evil elements makes parents object to this book, because parents don't want there children to know that things like that actually happened in the past. I think parents are afraid that racial differences in school will cause problems at school. That is why I think parents don't like the book " TOO KILL A MOCKING BOO."

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