Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry Essay | Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry

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Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry

Summary: Explores the theme of racism in the novel Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry. Describes the other social issues portrayed in the story. Discusses lessons learned from the novel.
This book covers many social issues, which black people faced in real life 1930's Mississippi. I have learnt the equality and racism between black people and white people.

The Logan's are a well off black family who happen to have lots of money, but people are still racism to them. 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. But it was not as easy as that because there were many people who were very racist (the night men) and the were some people who were very loving like Jeremy Simms.

I have learnt that black people had to walk to school, receive items in the worst possible condition i.e. school books which could...

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