Injustice To Kill A Mockingbird

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A world without stereotypes would mean a world without injustice. Yet, there is a long way to go until the world is rid of its injustices; for injustice has always been a part of society and will be for many years to come. Injustice, the unfair treatment of people through actions and words based on stereotypes, which ignorance and fear have fueled, has been prevalent throughout the ages. The prevalence of this injustice from the …

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…gives a very accurate depiction of the injustice that was so prevalent in the 1930's in her novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, by the unequal treatment of people based on racial, societal, and gender stereotypes. Though it may seem the world has advanced, it has stayed very much the same in terms of injustice and stereotypes. Yet remember, when the world is freed of its stereotypes, it will be freed of its injustices as well.