Historical Context of To Kill a Mockingbird Timeline

Historical Context of To Kill a Mockingbird Timeline
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Graphic timeline shows the overlapping history of US slavery, Jim Crow, the Great Depression, the Civil Rights Movement, and significant events in American racial history therein. I find that many students, especially those who are struggling, conflate the periods of slavery and segregation. This will give them a clearer picture in order to understand TKAM, and offers a continuum to begin discussing the progress of civil rights since then.
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