Why all this craziness?
Is it still frowned upon to defend African Americans in the South?
Do you think that in the world people are made fun of for defending an African-American? Why?
Why is it sometimes easier to get along with some family members but harder to get along with other family members?
Are the swearing standards stricter today? Why?
Do you think that racism still exists in law today? If so, in what ways?
Is it okay to defend African Americans in society today?
How has dealing with disasters easier today than back in the 30s?
Today, are you looked down upon for defending an African American person?
Do you think this day in age some one would react the same way Francis did when they found out that Atticus cared for African Americans?
In law today, are all races automatically given a reputation and stereotypical essence assigned by society?
Why do you think swearing has become more and more obscene over time? Do you believe this correlation will continue into the future?
Do you think there were a lot of cases between black people and white people in the 1930s?
How has racism and judging others overall changed throughout the years?
Why is it such a large emotional stain in the 30's for a white man to represent a African American? Do you think society still has the same stigma towards this group in the South?
Do kids in the South still swear like Scout does or are the parents more strict about things like that?
Did most families then all live in the same town? Do many families now?
How is the use of language different from what it was in the past?
Do you think people in certain groups and in certain areas of the U.S. are still looked down upon because they speak positively about other ethnicities?
If a white lawyer were to defend and African American in the American South today, what do you believe would be similar and different with Atticus' case? Consider modern-day racial hostilities still present in certain areas in America.
Why most American families get together on the holidays?
Do you think some people in society today, like Francis, still automatically judge people based on their actions?
Do you think the standards of behavior and actions of women have changed since the thirties?
Has there been changes in our society dealing with African Americans? If so, what are they?
How do you think society's views have changed on defending a African American
How have societies view on African Americans change?
How does race contribute to the law today? Do stereotypes change the legal system's view toward certain races?
This chapter clearly defines the start of racism in America... can racism still be found here today? If so, where exactly?
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