Examples Of Social Inequalities In To Kill A Mockingbird

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All one has to do is look around us and they can see that the world has a lot of Social inequalities. Think about in school or work. Is there a Boo Radley? Someone who is isolated because they may be different. We've all seen racism on TV with all of the shootings and protests. People who don't have a lot of money are other inequality. In the book To Kill a Mockingbird there's a lot of themes that are prevalent in society today.
Boo Radley is a character that is constantly talked about to a point that he's kind of become a myth. So many wild and crazy stories that people make up because they don't try to get to know him. Today we've got a lot of people that are judged that way, people don't like to get to know others that they believe are …show more content…

They are dirt poor people who are treated differently because of not being able to afford things. As a society we do this a lot, bring down people because of a lack of money. Think of a homeless person, what do you see? Dirty, smelly, a person that won't do anything with their life? People think that they won't do anything, never thinking about what if they can't. What if they can't get a job. If they're homeless then they probably don't have a phone so they can't leave a call number and can't leave an address. So how do they know if they've got the job? Then people who do have a house and jobs but still are poor are judged on the clothes and shoes.
Social inequalities are the major problems with society and in To Kill a Mockingbird. The mental health, racism, and poor people are all things treated differently everywhere. It's kind of scary that things that happened in the 60s are still happening again. If we can change thing now maybe people in the future won't have the same problems and they will help each other instead of harm. As Atticus said "You never really understand someone a person until you consider things from his point of view... Until you climb inside of skin and walk around in it." (pg 39,

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