To Kill A Mocking Bird
Children as a Bridge Between Social Classes/Race
If we are to have real peace, we must begin with children.
- Mahatma Ghandi
Quote from the Novel:
"Well, Atticus, I was just sayin' to Mr. Cunningham that entailments are bad an' all that, but you said not to worry, it takes a long time sometimes...that you all'd ride it out together..."
"Remember the Titans"
Compare and Contrast:
In 'Remember the Titans' the boys, despite their social class and races, learn to get along showing the rest of the community that it is possible. In the book, the children learn how to except Calpurnia, despite they are two different races.
Like children we should pay attention to the characteristics and friendship, not the color and race of another person.
By: Briquelle, Deborah, Heather, Savanna, Emily