A small box with pintsized images bringing out comicalness, amorousness and even melancholy. On the other hand, TV has both an encouraging effect and a destructive effect. There is a great calculation of Caucasians than other percentages of subgroups. However, that doesn’t technically mean whites regulate the world by themselves. In the ordinary society we live in, not every person will like another person.
For this reason, Mayella Ewells had a lot of power for the race. She had more power because she was white and that Tom was African American. Apart to why Tom had lost the case was because he had said “I felt bad for her.” During this time period African Americans were not supposed to feel sorry for Americans. At this time white people had more respect and privileges than African Americans. So people in court saw that as an insult.
Lauren views the people of Robledo, as deflective and isolative thinkers. They refuse to adapt to the environment around them and instead wish to dream about the good old days. Lauren views this neglectful behavior, as a coping mechanism. Eventually, it leads to the community 's untimely demise. In her writings, of Earthseed, Lauren postulates “People tend to give in to fear and depression, to need and greed.
Racism and this text effects Esperanza and everyone around her in a very negative way. People are even afraid to come near their neighborhood, they fear that they will be attacked. The residents of Mango Street are talked about as criminals, just because of their race and their poverty. As a result of being Hispanic, Esperanza and those around her are viewed by other, higher classes, as a minority. Hispanics at that time made less money and were seen as lessers compared to people in the higher class.
At the beginning of the novel Kimberly and Ma are mainly stuck in their situation. As the novel progresses Kimberly realizes that her knowledge and the people she has met slony the way may be the key to her and Ma prospering. One day Annette, Kimberly’s best friend visits their apartment. Annette cannot fathom the conditions that Kimberly and Ma are living in, she is eager to help. Annette’s mom finds Kim and Ma an apartment complex that's inexpensive where there aren't any roaches and they would have access to central heat.
In the 1960s greasers and socs were rivals and blacks and whites were too. The only reason this was true was because of wealth and social income in the outsiders case and race in the civil rights. It had nothing to do with liking the other person or not; it was all about how your "group" felt about the other "groups". In the civil rights movement many whites were on the blacks side. Although, this is true because they were white they "hated" blacks.
By the second half of the book, she achieves her personal fulfillment in work outside the home. Agata used to talk to her sons about the house where she lived before the war: "she would tell us of her life with her sisters in the white house where the servants cleaned the rooms and served dinner." (page. 25). This passage shows that the Mother used to live in a comfortable place, and she neither had to cook nor to clean.
Crooks cannot have friends because of the deep racism that took place during this time which makes him lonely and have hatred towards “white” people. However, he decides to risk the punishment of violating the rule of racial segregation when, “Crooks scowled, but Lennie’s disarming smile defeated him. ‘Come on in and set a while,’ Crooks said. ‘Long as you won’t get out and leave me alone, you might as well set down.’ His tone was a little more friendly.” (69) Crooks decided to change his tone with Lennie when he realized he wasn’t going to leave. Loneliness is a big issue within Crooks because of his skin color which separates him from the others on the ranch.
Judge, hate and be angry at someone that you don’t even know just because they have a different skin color! Racism, the topic that even though in this time period, almost everyone agreed that it’s bad, that one should not judge a person based on his or her skin color, race and how he or she dresses, still exist. But, why? How come even though one is taught that racism is unjust, how come one still does it? Is it because one race is better than the other?
He lives under the assumption that he is simply better than most people. His arrogance is revealed though his interactions with characters, the attitudes he demonstrates, his statements regarding supremacy, and his controlling persona. These attitudes are underlined with racial remarks and feelings. This is particularly apparent in his thoughts on the topic of white supremacy. In the beginning of the story he says, "If we don't look out the white race will be-will be utterly submerged…”.