Although this is a terrible thing to do, no one really knows if there was a motive behind his actions and the people of Maycomb are not giving Boo a chance to show how kind he really is. Calpurnia and Atticus offer different models to Jem and Scout of how to deal with a world that can't deal with who people really are. His decision of defending Tom proves a revolt against society. You're enough of a problem to your father as it is. This proves that even if Mayella is lying, the White community will believe her before the believe any honest or dishonest Black.
The evidence is so powerfully in his favor, that race is clearly the single defining factor in the jury's decision. To Kill a Mockingbird: Discrimination Against Race, Gender, and Class Scout and Jem sit with their father, Atticus. Lee, the confederate civil war general. There was a long jagged scar that ran across his face; what teeth he had were yellow and rotten, his eyes popped, and he drooled most of the time. Perspective Throughout the novel, Atticus urges his children to try to step into other people's shoes to understand how they see the world.
The last case of prejudice is when Scout is trying to cheer Dill up after Dill hears how horribly Tom is treated by Mr. She and Jem attend church with Calpurnia and Scout truly enjoys the experience. She does not provide any proof of her innocence to the court yet Tom becomes a victim of the crime he did not commit. In realty, no one knew anything about Boo Radley; he stayed inside of his house and remained reclusive in Maycomb county. Another example of racismis that fact the black children were not educated. This incident proves that no matter how honest, truthful and committed you are, and you cannot go against the accepted social norms.
Atticus's belief in treating and respecting everyone as an individual is contrasted in To Kill a Mockingbird with a number of other worldviews. Another example which is also considered an isolation stage was from the conversation in the church with Lula. In addition, Scout and Dill have a lengthy conversation with Mr. In actuality, Boo Radley contradicts everything that the children believed about him. After Boo closes the door, she turns around and surveys the neighborhood from his perspective. He explains that people who hate black people use foul words and offend each other. To kill a mockingbird highlights a certain group of characters throughout the novel.
In the beginning of the novel, Scout has little comprehension of the prejudiced views the majority of Maycomb hold. She believes that everyone should be treated the same, no matter what family they are from. Although she might have said some horrible things, Atticus encourages the children to try to see the world from her perspective and to understand how brave and strong she was. Tom Robinson is the character to receive the most injustice in this book. He is representative of the outcast in society throughout the United States. When you oughta be hangin' your head in shame you go along laughin'. It is our church, ain't it, Miss Cal? There are many instances and types of prejudice in the novel.
Incident — 4 The fourth significant incident of racism involves verbal abuse when Mrs. Tom Robinson went back to jail and tried to escape so he could see his family and when he was trying to escape he was shot and killed. Tom Robinson is charged with, convicted and eventually he dies because he had the nerve to feel sorry for a white woman that needed some help around the house. Tom Robinson is a victim of prejudice in Maycomb because of his race. In chapter 23, Atticus says to the court that Mayella Ewell is taking advantage of her white privilege by accusing an innocent man, Tom. While, Tom Robinson is a good citizen, with a good job and a good family but with a bad, bad skin colour. Throughout the trial, Tom Robinson is portrayed in this manner because of the racist mentality of the people in Maycomb.
Both of these men are victims of prejudice. Atticus's children have to confront comments by family and people in their neighborhood throughout the novel. Those who live there, or who have lived there for any amount of time, know that things change slowly in that neck of the woods. Old-age liver spots dotted her cheeks, and her pale eyes had black pinpoint pupils. In the past, african americans were denied a lot of rights. Anyway, all of this occurs becauseAtticus is defending Tom Robinson in court.
For example, Rosa Parks stood up for the African-American movement by refusing to give up her bus seat to a white passenger. Examples of Injustices inÂ to Kill a Mockingbird The first incident in which Scout or Jean Lousie Finch receives injustice is when Miss Caroline tells her that she is not to be taught to read any more. Scout witnesses some injustices and these are just a few of them. This incident shows that in the racist society of Maycomb, people like Atticus, dare to uphold the slogans of equality, justice, and fair treatment. Don't pay no 'tention to Lula, she's contentious because Reverend Sykes threatened to church her. Another person to receive injustice is Tom Robinson. Atticus is brave to defend a black man in the face of criticism and threats of violence.