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Judging others becomes of ones race wealth and gender are knownas prejudice Prejudice is not just judging a person by race but it canshow when judging against a special talent an individual can possess During the first day of school Scout Finch a young girl read aloudwith ease and pride until Miss Caroline discovered she wasliterate and looked at her with more than faint disgust 19 MissCaroline scouts 1st grade teacher looks at Scout differently after sherealizes scout can read The young teacher has not seen a child read atsuch a young age and feels threatened She judges Scout and makes herfeel like an outsider in class because of something Scout cant control The biggest step for curing the disease of prejudice is noticing it anddefending the side being judged Feeling sick to his stomach about theprejudice taking place in the court dill and scout go outside todiscuss the unfairness when dill exclaims hasnt anybody got anybusiness talking to em like that - it just makes me sick 226 Dilla young boy who lives with his aunt during the summer is immune to thedisease of Maycomb and is one of the few southern folks that respect andtreat black equally Very few people can see prejudice but Dill candetect this invisible force Dill is beginning to have sympathy foreveryone around him which indicates a new change in himself but alsoin the town Most children and adults during this time period areunaware of the harm this disease is bringing to their town but fewpeople are starting to notice how deadly prejudice can be Lastlyprejudice keeps the people of Maycomb from looking for the good inpeople Forbidding scout to invite a friend over Scouts Aunt Alexandrajudges Walter Cunningham a boy from a poor family based on hisfamilies financial issues and furiously yells I still say that JeanLouise will not invite Walter Cunningham to
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