Just Mercy

Just Mercy is a film centered around themes of empathy, equity, hope, and resilience. It is a story that uplifts marginalized voices who are typically unheard, unacknowledged, or deemed undeserving of mercy in the criminal justice system. The story follows Harvard Law School graduate Bryan Stevenson’s move to Alabama where he recognizes an urgent need to provide free legal assistance to minorities who have been unfairly sentenced.


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Lesson 1: The “Nadir of Black History” (U.S. History)
Lesson 2: The Case of Walter McMillian (Film Literacy, English Language Arts)
Lesson 3: A Long Path to Justice (U.S. History, U.S. Government)
Lesson 4: Wrongful Convictions in Our Justice System (U.S. Government, Civics)

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