How does Reverend Sykes help the children see and hear the trial? Do you believe he was right to do this? Why or why not? in chapter 16
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The children sit with Rev.Sykes and the black people in the balcony. I believe Scout even sits on the lap of Rev. Sykes. This really shows where their values are. It shows that Jem, Dill, and Scout side with Tom Robinson and believe in their father. I think this was a delightful scene. It breaks down so much hate and bigotry just by what is symbolizes.