Tom's Discrimination In To Kill A Mockingbird

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A man named Tom Robinson is an individual in society singled out because he is a black man. Society will not look past the labels to realize we are all the same.( Atticus his lawyer even feels alone and misunderstood, he feels alienated to his own home. He is being discriminated against for looking past the labels to support what 's right. Tom is nothing but a compassionate husband, and father. "Mr. Finch, I tried. I tried to 'thout bein ' ugly to her. I didn 't wanta be ugly, I didn 't wanta push her or nothin '."(261), said Tom in the courtroom. Even when Tom told the truth he was not believed by anyone but Atticus. Only because Tom was an accused black man. Atticus took pride and fought for Tom a fair trial."...They 've done it
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