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In the book To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee The book shows a huge deal of racial injustice and racism Most of the racism can be identified or can appear to be worse in todays times The racism in the book and in modern society can be shown in the following ways Stereotypes racial groupings and lastly biased accusation In To Kill A Mockingbird there is a suspected rapist named Tim Robinson He was innocent but because he was African American he was guilty only because he was black This is a form of Racial stereotyping even in todays times you can see people persecuted for only being a certain race People judge others due to their skin tone if someone saw a black person driving around in a new car its presumed they stole it Some times they arrested for driving while black Next is people racially group people If a black mexican or white guy do something they are all accused of the same thing In Lees novel it shows all the black people in the church are kind and welcoming but the whites assume they are all criminal and worthless Every person is guilty of racial grouping and leads to false accusation Finally In Lees novel it shows a feat of biased accusation In the novels story Tim Robinson is accused of raping a white women and although there is plenty evidence backing up his innocence Even now in modern days people still blatantly depict someone as a criminal depending on race Most people are afraid or hate anything different from them its been the same in history In the Novel To kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee is a story shows the other side of the coin It shows examples of stereotypes racial grouping and biased accusation people show in todays times
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