The classic book To Kill A Mockingbird has been removed from a junior-high school reading list in Mississippi.

The School Board Vice President Kenny Holloway said that they were getting complaints due to some of the books language making people “uncomfortable.”

The book was published in 1960 and Harper Lee won a Pulitzer Prize for the book that dealt with racial inequality in a small town in Alabama.

While the book will not be on the reading list going forward, it is still available in the library.

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