When Atticus first came out about helping Mr.Robinson he got a lot of dirty looks, racist comments, lost friends and much more, but that did not stop him. He still continued to defend Mr.Robinson
One huge example of courage would be Atticus being a lawyer for Tom Robinson, because it was not normal for a white person to defend a black man against the court
the negative treatment experienced by Jem and Scout in a church. One day, Calpurnia, their caretaker, takes them to her church where they face social hostility and prejudice. On seeing them, a black woman expresses her anger saying whites have their own church. Jem and Scout appear as enemies of the blacks at that very moment because of their white skin.
Chapter 9 opens with Cecil Jacobs telling Scout that her "daddy defended ni****s." Because of this, she overlooks her father's instruction to stop getting involved in fights. She explains that her "fists were clenched and [she] was ready to let fly"
Throughout the story Scout multiple times defended her father about him defending a black man , she had to stay loyal to her father and not say anything stupid