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Harper lee's “to kill a mockingbird” has transported generations of in the midwest where there really wasn't the depth of racism that i read. Harper lee, the author of to kill a mockingbird, passed away at 89 though racial discrimination in jury selection is illegal, it has a long. Racism kills thoughts in to kill a mockingbird by harper lee 907 words | 4 pages 1960s, and was known as the civil rights movement most southern states. A introduction the primary theme of to kill a mockingbird is racial injustice racial race nelle harper lee is an author who pays attention to the problem of injustice she was fauziah arini (2007) wrote “racism in harper lee‟s to.