Yet another school district has banned To Kill a Mockingbird. Because the book makes some people uncomfortable.
The books is supposed to make readers uncomfortable.
The book strikes at racial prejudice and injustice toward Blacks, hitting a bull’s-eye only the mindless can miss.
Like Mark Twain’s classic Huckleberry Finn, To Kill a Mockingbird serves as a time capsule, capturing and exposing a period in American history when a majority of people in the South hid behind racial fear and bigotry.