Why didn't the other children hear you? Where were they?
It is our church ain't it, Its the same God ain't it?
In this scene, on page 202, Atticus is stopped by a group of people telling him to step aside so they could get to Tom Robinson. Atticus keeps his composure, telling them all to just go back home.
RUN SCOUT, RUN!!!
During the trial, Atticus asked Mayella a few questions about her encounter with Tom, not believing a word of her story. He kept asking her questions, getting more into her head, waiting for her to tell the truth.
[Yes sir], I was glad to do it, Mr. Ewell didn't seem to be helping her out none.
You went out of your way to help a white women, correct?
Calpurnia takes Jem & Scout to church, on page 158, while Atticus is working. They run into an African American women, obviously displeased by Jem & Scout's appearance at the Chruch. Calpurnia stood up to the lady, for Jem & Scout's sake.
Stop torturing that man. What Mr. Radley does is his own business.
While Jem & Scout were walking home, on page 351, they were attacked by Bob Ewell in the dark. Scout, worried for her and jems life, was stuck in her costume, barely able to see what was happening.
Tom Robinson was very compassionate person. He would help anyone, no matter the skin color, if needed. He was treated unfairly in the court it was " ...white man's word against a black man's..."
Boo Radley doesn't leave his house. Jem, Scout, and Dill all are very curious as to what he is like, based on rumors that have been passed all around Maycomb. People tend to make these rumors, since know one in town really knows much about him. He has caused no unjustified harm, yet is still believed to be a "monster".