IN THE MEDIA: Is To Kill A Mockingbird still relevant to Ontario students?

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"For Black students who experience racism in their educational lives, the novel might not only be a reminder of those experiences but a suppression of their humanity and silencing of their voices," says Professor and Jean Augustine Chair in Education, Community & Diaspora Carl James in an Op-ed piece that he wrote for Maclean's Magazine.

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