“Oh child, those poor Mrunas,” she said, and was off. Few other questions would be necessary.
Mrs. Merriweather’s large brown eyes always filled with tears when she considered the oppressed. “Living in that jungle with nobody but J. Grimes Everett,” she said. “Not a white person’ll go near ’em but that saintly J. Grimes Everett.”

– Harper Lee

To Kill a Mockingbird, Chapter 24. Mrs. Merriweather feels sorry for the “oppressed” people of Africa, whom she is full of compassion for. Yet she cares little about the fate of Tom Robinson and snaps at and is condescending towards the black servents.