To Kill a Mockingbird

To what extent does Harper Lee offer her readers hope that racism discrimination and prejudice can be overcome is there hope that we can overcome her prejudice and racism if so how do we do this

To kill A mockingbird

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The lesson in this novel comes through the perspective of children. Scout and Jem do not understand the prejudice and racism that come from the differences in people, and in their innocence, they illuminate the problem. The children's reaction, in addition to their father's modeling of fairness and equality, shine a light on the fact that if we'd just step back and understand how our own actions affect other people..... the inequality would end. We are all neighbors in this world...... with the same feelings, worries, and problems.