To Kill A Mockingbird. About the issues of racism that are brought up in this book that the author, Harper Lee touches on.
Racism is a very serious issue that affects many people's lives. It is an issue that people need to realize the effect it has on this world. Racist people are destroying the world everyday by hatred towards another race. In To Kill A Mockingbird, racism is found in the town of Maycomb which affected the people greatly. Racism is clearly shown
to originate from the lack of knowledge and understanding of people of a different race. For example, in this book, Tom Robinson was put on trial for something he didn't do, and was found guilty. Then, Atticus is being called racist names and receives…
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