the fight between two worlds

We all know about feminism and racism: two notorious subjects that we as people tend to discourage talking about with others. Even though we try to hide them, they both come back to haunt our generation. Although we say that we are going to fix the fight between our races, or that we are going to "stop feminism", we can never fully grasp the idea of a world without them. 

Scout was torn between becoming a woman and staying the young, rebellious girl that she grew up as. Even though aunt Alexandria didn't change Scout for the better, she was still loved unconditionally.
Scout's aunt Alexandra wants her to become a formal young lady, just like the older Finch women have. Scout doesn't want to because she is used of her dirty, rebel life with Jem and Dill.
During the dinner party aunt Alexandra was hosting, she invites Scout to join them. In Alexandra's eyes, this was the perfect opportunity for Scout to learn how to be a proper host and a proper lady.
After Scout and Jem get jumped by Bob and saved by Arthur, Alexandra gives up on trying to make Scout into a woman. She hands Scout her overalls, which she normally would not do.
In the novel, Calpurnia brings the children to the First Purchase church. Lula confronts Caluprnia because Scout and Jem are white children, and they are attending a black person church.
Atticus gets discriminated against because he decides to defend Tom in a case against the Ewell family. Although the children and Atticus get called many nasty names, Atticus still stands with Tom.
Bob Ewell accused Tom of raping his daughter. According to Tom, almost everyday when he passes the Ewell home Mayella taunts him and declares that he helps her repair something in the yard.
Towards the ending of the novel, it is quite obvious that no matter your race we will all end up in the same place. Both Tom and Bob died after having the whole town listen to their irrelevant brawl.
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