Fifty years after its publication, "To Kill A Mockingbird" is still widely taught in schools and its issues of racial injustice, compassion, class and innocence resonate as strongly today as when the novel was published.
VPR is examining race in Vermont with a series of reports and commentaries all this week during Morning Edition and All Things Considered. And in a live Vermont Edition broadcast on May 4, students from Burr and Burton Academy in Manchester will discuss "To Kill A Mockingbird" and what it means to them.
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