To Kill a Mockingbird

In the book to kill a mocking bird how is dill indirectly affected by the trial?

affected by the Tom Robinson trial

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Dill is very much part of the Finch family. He spends summers with them and shares many of Scout and Jem's intimate experiences. He sees first hand Tom's tragedy and understands what Atticus is trying to do. Dill seems to not have the baggage of racism that so many other white kids have.