To Kill a Mockingbird

After the trial is over, the black people remain in the segregated section of the courtroom and stand when Atticus leaves the building. Scout is told: "Jean Louise, stand up. Your father's passing." What is it that Scout failed to grasp in this scene?

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Scout failed to grasp that the enitre black community was paying her father homage in gratitude for his courage and tenacity in defending Tom Robinson.