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Senior Writing Project
Please access this document at the beginning of class.
Story of Self
To Kill A Mockingbird: big ideas & themes
1. Social inequality based on race, class, and other social characteristics (e.g., mental health).
2. Political inequality and the structures that perpetuate injustice and lack of equal rights.
3. Moral character and the commitment to live one’s convictions.
4. Loss of childhood innocence and development of the ability to experience life from the perspective of others.
Civil Rights: Eyes on the Prize
-Background on Emmett Till
The Death of Emmett Till
-Bob Dylan's lyrics
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