How Does Harper Lee Use Prejudice In To Kill A Mockingbird

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Discrimination was everywhere during the 1900’s when this book was set. Prejudice in this book is displayed by hate for any colored or mixed racial people. During this time in the southern states, blacks had their own bathrooms, drinking fountains, churches, and even go to separate schools just because the whites looked down upon them and wouldn 't want to be contaminated by the “black germs.” The novel has many accounts of racism and prejudice. Although racism and segregation were pointed towards blacks, other races such as hispanic, native american, and asian were also treated with racism. Harper Lee showed us that most races were treated with racism and disrespect.

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