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Racism To Kill A Mocking Bird Children and Racism Children play an important role on the importance of education and family values which in turn play a role on how racism is dealt with in society Whether or not a child is brought into a good home the race of the childs family their social status family values and education all play a big role in how prejudice or unprejudiced this child will be If all the children were taught to respect each and every person the same way they would want to be treated racism would not be a problem in the future In To Kill a Mocking Bird many children had different outlooks on racism and if showed in their actions and the way they spoke For example Scout and Jem did not discriminate against any black person even though they themselves were white A reason for their unprejudiced outlook may be because their father Atticus was also unprejudiced Another reason could be that Jem and Scout grew up with their maid Calpurnia who was a black woman They realized that not all black people are bad people Scout was even surprised to learn that Calpurnia knew how to read and that she even taught her son Zeebo how to read too Jem and Scout actually felt sorry for Tom Robinson because he was being persecuted for a crime he did not commit and many white men were being very mean to him On the other hand their cousin Francis did not have the same attitude towards black people as they did At one point Francis accused Atticus of being a nigger-lover Children or even young adults such as Mayella Ewell who did not have a stitch of education were the worsts They used black people for menial jobs and did not pay one bit of respect towards them Just as Mayella had turned against Tom
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