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Would it matter to you if you were to risk breaking the social code just to show something great for the people Well oftentimes coloured people and white people may break the laws of society to prove that coloured people arent much different than white people They go to extremes knowingly aware of the consequences they will face from attempting to prove their point In the film The Help Tate Taylor develops the idea that the rewards you get from violating social codes are better than what the risks are In the movie theres this woman name Skeeter and shes a part of a group where its all white people gathering together and most of them are her friends Her friend Hilly accepts the social codes but Skeeter decided to not follow it Id like to write something from the point of view of the help These colored women raise white children and in twenty years those children become the boss We love them and they love us but they cant even use the toilets in our house Dont you find that ironic Miss Stein The Help With her trying to make a book for the coloured people shes violating the social codes and some of her friends are against people who support the coloured people so she could lose them and their trust Especially she would lose her position on the top of the pyramid where on the top are rich and white people middle are the country folks and on the bottom are the Negroes she would end up being an outcast of the group Then the book was published with the help of most maids in Jackson she was happy because this book showed how coloured people are important as we are and that we should treat them the way we are treated because if they love us and take care
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