This is the courtroom with Tom Robinson. He was blamed for a sexual assault case by a white girl. He loses to the case, because everyone thought that he was guilty, judging from the color of his skin. The people make these opinions without even trying to listen to what Atticus was saying, about how Tom Robinson wasn't responsible for what happened to the girl, Mayella.
Romeo and Juliet
This is the Radley's house. Boo Radley is the son of the family, known as the mysterious creature in town, who stays at home all day except at night. He gets spread rumors about him being scary, and dangerous to everyone.
This is the ranch that George and Lennie worked at. Lennie is tall, and strong, who has a disability that makes him have trouble making conversations with others. Even though the other men knew about his disorder, they would always leave him out. They believe that he doesn't fit in, to work at the ranch.
Leads or Could Have Led To Death
This is the Capulet's mansion. Romeo and Juliet come from families that hate each other, but after meeting in person they fall in love at first sight. They love each other so much, that they quickly get married. But they have to keep their love a secret from their families, because if they don't they will get separated forever.
These scenes are all showing the problem of prejudice. Prejudice is when people believe things without having reasons or making mean comments on other people, without knowing if it's true or knowing who and how they are like.
Most of the examples from the books, lead to the characters dying. While some kill themselves, others kill each other because they believe that it is what is good for them. But there is Boo Radley, who stayed alive. If everyone being mean to him made him not get out of the house even at night, it would have led to the death of both Jem and Scout. This shows how even if someone is being mean to you, you need to ignore it and do what you like doing, because you could get a happy result for staying strong. These results also teaches you to not be mean and judge others.