To kill a mockingbird has to do with a lot of things thats still happening in life right now. Such as social things, racism. The novel was published in 1960, in the middle of the civil rights movement.
The relationship between TKM and Civil rights movements. Reading this book it explains how racism exisited still and how bad it was. IN the book there was a situtation where and white lady accused a black man of raping her which back in the times tkm was made it was a big thing because no white women should be having sexual intercourses or contact with an black men.To the consternation of Maycomb’s racist white community, Atticus agrees to defend a black man named Tom Robinson, who has been accused of raping a white woman. ALso it relates to a social group childhood, and Lee once commented how, in her novel, “the trial, and the rape charge that brings on the trial, are made up out of a composite of such cases and charges.”
To Kill a mockingbird is still related to current events that still go on everyday.To Kill a Mockingbird is as relevant today as it was in 1960; there have been significant gains, but we still have a way to go. These issues are still going on.Scout decides that she and her brother will eventually "get grown," but as a result of their experiences with the trial and with Boo "there wasn't much left" for them to learn at school, "except possibly algebra this quote explains that defending somebody made them feel like they would be more mature with this trial.
TKM is a main thing that relates to real world problems that happen on a daily basis and back in the old times. From rasicm to defending a man who is accused for doing something he never had intentions on doing.