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Conflicts between Blacks and Whites in "To Kill a Mockingbird"

Summary: Essay discusses the conflits between the blacks and the whites of Maycomb County in Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird."
Throughout the years there have been many conflicts between blacks and whites, racism, think back on Martin Luther King Jr., and Rosa Parks. They made a change for the blacks in the way they were treated and the way they lived. In To Kill a Mockingbird, there were the same thoughts of blacks as well. But there were not the people to change the way the blacks were treated.

For the people of Maycomb County, Alabama, racism affects almost every aspect of life. The black people of Maycomb are completely segregated from the white people. They live in an area of the town called "The Quarters", they go to their own church, their children must go to separate schools; they even have their own separate seats in the courthouse called the "Colored Balcony." They sat in this balcony for the...

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