Final Reflection On Injustice In To Kill A Mockingbird

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Final Reflection on Injustice The book To Kill a Mockingbird has influenced me by showing that back in the 1930s the world was an extremely different era compared to modern society today. With the recent current events surrounding President Trump and his apparent racial views and thoughts, it feels like society is moving backwards into this era. The book showed that the children and adults had wild imaginations about certain topics, also the fact certain parents would not have their children refer to themselves as ‘mom’ or ‘dad’ they would have their kids call them by their first name. If that’s how the parenting was, then things in the world have changed in modern society because now it is considered rude to call your parents by their first names. Instead of calling them ‘mom’ or ‘dad’ it seems that our moral growth is based on the way that we are raised and what kind of morals the people who raised us have. I was raised a large portion of my life by my grandmother who had different morals than my mother; ie: religious views, education goals, work ethics and so on. The book shows people how their actions have a consequence either negative or positive. This is how we have learned to judge. The book paints both positive and negative perspectives on the relationships between blacks and whites. For example, I don’t see the world in black and white, but a wide array of colors. We are all some type of race or class, even if we don’t relate ourselves that way. We can experience
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