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New York Times Bestseller 'The Help' teaches high school students about racial segregation

There are 2 comments on the story from Apr 2, 2014, titled New York Times Bestseller 'The Help' teaches high school students about racial segregation. In it, reports that:

Forest Hills Eastern High School students are gaining insight into the historical segregated lines of 1960s Mississippi thanks to two fictional black maids.

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#2 Apr 3, 2014
Good book, good movie, but they could have chosen something a little more relevant.
rod knox

Tupelo, MS

#6 Apr 9, 2014
Mississippians love there traditions............ Well, some traditions. Quite a few were swept under the rug with hopes that they remained there. SURPRISE.

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