Race and Racism

Race and Racism

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  • Racism In to Kill A Mockingbird.
  • By Jessica Mahin
  • INTRO: The setting of to Kill a mockingbird is in a small town called Maycomb. It take place in the 1930's around the time the great depression hit.
  • Scout the main character being only six years old learns the social structures and stereotypes of the town.
  • Your occupation
  • Your residence
  • Click to Edit DescriptionRacism can be clearly defined in this book for many reasons
  • How people view you
  • “My folks said your daddy was a disgrace an‘ that ****** oughta hang from the water-tank!” (79)
  • Both Atticus and Ms. Caroline have jobs that are seen as respectable. Attic's A Lawyer (pg.5) and Ms.Caroline (pg.16) Calpurnia on the other hand is seen as a maid and is seen as a less respectable job. (Pg.6)
  • How you view yourself
  • Scout didn't compleatly understand why her father would defend blacks. this shows her viewing superiority over her own race( Pg.79)
  • If you lived closer to the dump you had a lower income and you were likely black. ( being that blacks could only obtain lesser respectable jobs than whites.) (Pg.77)
  • The way that people talked around town displayed how people viewed other people.
  • How people viewed themselves are different too. whites feeling superiority and blacks feeling inferiority and fear.
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