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School District Temporarily Pulls Classic Novels After Complaint

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News video: School District Temporarily Pulls Classic Novels After ComplaintA Virginia school district is considering whether two classic books are inappropriate for students after a parent filed a formal complaint. Local news media outlets report that an Accomack County Public Schools parent filed a complaint against the use of “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” and “To Kill a Mockingbird” because of their use of racial slurs. The district has temporarily suspended the use of the books while officials examine the issue.

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