Many innocent characters, or mockingbirds, are subject to the injustice of the prejudice folks of Maycomb County and, consequently, are destroyed.
Boo was not given a chance neither. Gilmer is also disrespectful to the Black race referring to them as "niggers" throughout out the trial.
After the appointment to defend Tom Robinson, a black person, the town exhibits prejudice towards him. Rumors are spread about these men because most of Maycomb is guilty of prejudice.
The narrator of the story is a six-year-old girl named Jean Louise Finch, a tomboy who hates wearing dresses and goes by the nickname "Scout.
Gilmer questions Tom, 'Why did you run so fast? He did not apologize or feel remorse for his actions. Written in the nineteen thirties, To Kill a Mockingbird promotes the understanding of self-discovery through Scout, an intelligent and outspoken child living with respectable family in Maycomb County, Alabama.
He teaches his children, Jem and Scout, strong and upright morals, and frequently says that "You never really understand a person Her father, Atticus, is a white man defending a Negro, even though the town frowns upon such a thing.
And if a child such as Scout living in a s society can learn to overcome such deeply held prejudices and come to understand the individual worth of a person then surely people living in today's society can too.