Our Mockingbird brings new life to Harper Lee’s novel. Students at two schools do what’s needed to heal our racial divide — they work together, united by a common purpose, and they come to know each other. Their lives, and ours, are better.
— Maureen Costello, Director Teaching Tolerance, Southern Poverty Law Center
 Director Sandy Jaffe at the 50th anniversary celebration of  To Kill A Mockingbird  in Monroeville, Alabama.

Director Sandy Jaffe at the 50th anniversary celebration of To Kill A Mockingbird in Monroeville, Alabama.

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