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Racial Discrimination In To Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee

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Discrimination over time
An analysis on how racial discrimination has gotten better over time In 1995 the FBI counted 7,947 incidents of hate crimes, and in 2013 they counted 5,928 incidents (www.nbcnews.com). These statistics show that the issue of discrimination has gotten better, but still an issue where more action needs to be taken. In the past, we got to see the true face of racial discrimination in Harper Lee’s famous novel, To Kill A Mockingbird. In this novel we could see how everyday interactions, romance and the criminal justice system were influenced by racism, and how people made decisions based on racial prejudice. Nowadays we know that many governments and groups are trying
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