To Kill a Mockingbird

What did the children feel so isolated and upset when Atticus asked them to listen to Aunt Alexandra's explanations of the significance of being a Finch?

Chapter 13

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This was not how they were brought up. Atticus had instilled in them the significance of being a human being and not a Finch, or white or black. Aunt Alexandra's lesson ran counter to what Scout and Jem knew to be the truth.