How does Scout stand up for what she believes in?

Scout demonstrates courage by sticking up for her friend and speaking on his behalf. When Scout feels that Miss Caroline is being unfair, she loses her composure and raises her voice. Scout also demonstrates courage in chapter 6 by tagging along with Jem and Dill as they raid the Radley yard.

How does Scout stand up for what she believes in?

Scout demonstrates courage by sticking up for her friend and speaking on his behalf. When Scout feels that Miss Caroline is being unfair, she loses her composure and raises her voice. Scout also demonstrates courage in chapter 6 by tagging along with Jem and Dill as they raid the Radley yard.

Who takes a stand in To Kill a Mockingbird?

Atticus takes a stand by standing up for Calpurnia. He stands up for her when Aunt Alexandria wanted to fire her. “Calpurnia’s not leaving this house until she wants to”(Ch. 15).

How did Jem disobey Atticus?

Jem openly disobeys his father because he knows that leaving the situation will put Atticus in further danger. Jem displays his loyalty to Atticus by refusing to leave and makes the independent decision to stay, despite his father’s directives.

Who was able to make them leave the jailhouse?

Walter Cunningham

Who is Lula in To Kill a Mockingbird?

Lula is an African-American woman with a dislike for white people. She doesn’t like the idea of Calpurnia bringing Atticus Finch’s children, Jem and Scout, with her to church and tells her so but is overruled by the other congregants.

Why is Jem afraid for Atticus?

Jem is afraid that Atticus might become the target of a mob or the Ku Klux Klan: “They were after you, weren’t they?… They wanted to get you….” After the men leave, Jem reveals his fears to Atticus. The children are surprised because Atticus always walks to his office.

Why do Dill and Scout think Boo Radley never left town?

Why do Dill and Scout think Boo Radley never left? He had no place to go. He had no money of his own. He could not read and write.

Why did scout’s words to Mr Cunningham make him change his mind and leave the jail?

What Scout’s words to Mr. Cunningham do is they remind him that he is an individual person. This makes him stop thinking like a member of a mob and more like an actual person. Psychologists say that when you are part of a mob you lose your inhibitions.

How does Atticus take a stand?

Atticus is taking a moral stand by deciding to help Tom in his case. He gives up any respect others have for him to defend a black man in court. You can see Atticus is teaching his kids to make a stand because that is exactly what Scout says. “No sir’ I murmured, and make a final stand.” (Lee 41).

What do some of the Cunninghams plan to do the night Atticus stays out at the jail?

What do some of the Cunninghams plan to do the night Atticus stays out in front of the Jail? They want to find Heck Tate and have Tom Robinson released. They plan to beat up Atticus. They plan to protect Tom Robinson.