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Scout and Jem attend church with Calpurnia. Afterwards, Scout asks Calpurnia if she would be able to visit her house because she has never seen it. Calpurnia agrees, but Scout never visits, mostly because Aunt Alexandra puts a stop to it.
Racism - Don't judge a person based on a stereotype or the color of their skin. Everyone is equal and everyone has their own opinion on what they believe in. Racism is taught, not inherited.
Scout and Dill have a conversation with Mr. Raymond, a white man who married a black woman and has mixed children. Mr. Raymond reveals that he pretends to be an alcoholic by carrying around a paper bag with a bottle of Coca-Cola inside in order to let the town excuse his choice to marry a black woman.
Tom Robinson is found guilty of a crime he didn't commit. Things may be different if he wasn't a black man living in a racist town testifying against a white man.
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