Essay On Apologies In To Kill A Mockingbird

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“Right actions in the future are the best apologies for bad actions in the past”- Troy Edwards. In To Kill A Mockingbird it gives textual evidence on how racism and justice were used. When African Americans got decremented against, the way we changed that in today’s society is by showing that everyone's equal, everyone has the same right and no race is higher than any other. To Kill A Mockingbird gives multiple examples of how racism was put into action. Tom Robinson was a black man who got accused of raping a white girl. The only reason he got accused no white man did because he was a different color than everyone who was against him. Also, the whole jurors were white while he was the only black man in the courtroom. “...The evil assumption-that all Negroes lie, that all Negroes are basically immoral, that all Negroes men are not to be trusted around our women, an assumption one associate with minds of their caliber.” Every negro did not have the same rights as a white man. The whites had a higher advantage, and everyone always took the side of the white man no matter what the situation is. No white man trusted the blacks, they thought all they did was wrong. Negros didn't have a say so, in TKAM, they had the juries to decide what they're consequence was. There weren't two sides of the story. The white…show more content…
Mr. Luther King gave “I have a dream” speech. This day forward it changed history. The whole reason for his speech was to bring attention to get equal rights to all Americans, not just white. MLK gave him “I have a dream speech” when he did he emphasizes “ My four little children will one day live in a nation they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character I have a dream to be.” MLK gives examples about how everyone uses to judge about the color of their kind and not their character. This goes hand and hand with “To Kill A Mockingbird”, it giving out the same imagery and
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