In "Blues Ain't No Mockin Bird," what kind of message does Granny give the filmmakers and cameraman through her speech and actions?

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In "Blues Ain't No Mockin Bird," Granny speech directed at the filmmakers gives two clear messages. The first is that they have no permission to film her and her family and equally no permission to be on her property. The second is that she has dignity and intrinsic worth. This is expressed by her refusal to be categorized as just another impersonal "aunty" with no...

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