Racial segregation in America - Background to To Kill a Mockingbird

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Racial segregation in America - Background to To Kill a Mockingbird

A series of images which depict the racial segregation in America at the time of Harper Lee’s novel; in areas such as education and transportation.

11th and 12th grade appropriate

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July 2016
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February 2012
Useful on a basic level to introduce segregation. Mostly pictures, though, with few captions or explanations.
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January 2012
Wonderful resource. Saved me hours!
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May 2011
Incredibly powerful and relevant. A very helpful resource.
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December 2010
thank you, it's exactly what I needed!
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November 2010
Great picutes! Powerful resource, thank you very much for sharing this with us
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April 2010
This is a really good resource for me - great pictures - exactly what I needed - Thanks!