They usually purge the people they believe to be immoral, in order for the world to be in a better place. Some of the people they believe are immoral could be prostitutes, homosexuals, and people with different ethnicities or religions than the killer, himself. An example of a mission-oriented killer is Colin Ireland. He was a former soldier who decided to become a serial killer that only target gay man. He believed in making the world a better place.
One example was at the end of the movie where the African American male robs the van to sell it but discovers that there were slaves in the back of the van. The purchaser offered a great amount of money for each head, however the black male denied and let the slaves free. This shows that even though this person robbed several cars and committed crimes he still demonstrated a significant amount of empathy, and humanity, and the ability to change. Another example that warmed my heart was when a police officer saves a woman from a terrible accident that happened on the road and led to a wild fire. In a previous scene that same police officer pulls over the same women and molests her on the side of the road in front of her husband pretending to pat her down for anything harmful she may have.
This is very applicable towards race relations between Black people and White people. But often at times, Hispanics, Asians, Middle Eastern/Arab people and even Native Americans have been left out of the conversation of racial politics and the debate around it. ” They act like I’m the official representative of the black race and they owe me an explanation... If I sit out a protest, I’m making a statement, but if they sit out a protest, they look racist.” This quote that has been stated alludes to a few concepts.
Racial Tension in Michael Brown 's case On August 9, 2014, eighteen-year-old Michael Brown was shot by Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri. The shooting caused protests and has drawn the world’s attention because Michael Brown was an unarmed black man while Darren Wilson is a white police officer. People believe
There is discrimination in law enforcement because of cops arresting and being more aggressive towards blacks than whites. However many people think that police are not prejudice and are just doing their job. When cops stop people for seeding or other reasons. Law enforcement racially profile people when making traffic stops, people feel like the police target them because of their skin color and are more aggressive to them. On May 14, 2001, three young African American males were pulled over by the police.
Many people, like myself, believe that police officers do not always get in trouble when situations like police racism or brutality happen. They do not think about getting in trouble because most of them literally don 't at all. When cops get caught for illegal actions they are just going to get in trouble by there own friends on the force, just to be put on paid leave. Not being caught is a big issue and is mainly why cops think that they can do whatever they want and completely get away with it. In many
After participating in a high-speed car chase, King was beaten by four officers and after once they were done he had a fractured face bone, a broken ankle, multiple lacerations, brain damage, and broken teeth. With how hard they had beaten him, they should have at least got charged with assault, but instead three walked away and the fourth was acquitted. This was the first time the world had seen what the police force was capable of and the ruling left a bad taste in the black community
This type of social psychology occurs in the film when two black men are faced with a unit of cops with guns pointed at them. This is an example of cognitive dissonance because the because in a tense face-off between the cops and two men the cops try to reduce the tension of the situation by lowering their guns. This also shows psychological tension because the black husband is at risk of being shot by a white cop. Though the situation diffuses and the tension is reduced because of the actions of the cops.
Like many other problems, Racism has existed throughout the history of mankind. The definition of Racism is being discriminant and disrespectful towards a racial group with the belief that your own race is superior. Racism has changed the world and how people view each other. This belief that ones race is superior has lead to create violence, stereotypes, health problems and hatred in the world. White Americans’ support for segregation sprang from a widespread belief in black inferiority and that blacks’ disadvantaged status tended to reinforce this sentiment (Harris and Leiberman).
Racism is one of the most important social issues in the world, it seems to be trending in social network more often, especially when they say blacks can be racists as well. It is true black people and minorities can be racists, however they cannot carry out acts of racism because they do not have the opportunities or resource to practice racism in the manner white Americans have in the past and present. The issue at hand is that blacks can be racists it has affected millions of people worldwide. Racism is the discrimination of other groups on the basis of their different descent begins in the modern period.
People hear of police killing innocent black men and blame them for being racist. However, after further research, I argue that their claims are not true. When it comes to police shootings, blacks aren’t the only targets. Far many more white people are killed by police which shows that this is definitely not a racial problem. Based on data collected by the FBI, crime rates have gone down but the number of police shootings have increased.
There’s a lot going on about the world and how cops use excessive force when it comes to taking down the bad guy. This topic focuses on the black lives matter movement because they are letting cops get away with murder because the color of their skin and they wear a blue uniform with a badge. In many cases such as Michael Brown, Christian Thomas, and the little African American who the cop threw out the chair in SC. where the authority use excessive force to make their position clear in the society, but they do it too extreme and not needed. While sometime the amount of force is needed to withstand the victim , police abuse their authority in many cases because they can and is not needed but racial bias is playing a part.
After he was caught, he did not resist but wound up yelling in pain as he was handcuffed and thrown into a police car. It is stated that Gray’s leg injury and his asthma did not kill him, it was the “grave injury to his spinal cord” (Graham). If there was no reason to arrest Gray in the first place, then why was he? If police officers did not racially profile individuals, would Freddie Gray still be alive? BLM demands that police officers are put through more training so situations like this do not happen
And the sad part is if I had known what I know now then I would have not been so surprised. This justice system is unfair, to all of its citzens, but more so black and brown citizens. Michael Brown and his family deserved for justice to brought. Some try and say that michael was a thug or like to bring up the fact that he had possible stolen something but the fact remains that an unarmed teen was killed by a police officer. An oifficer who was supposed to serve and
Have you ever been a victim to racial profiling of some sort? If so it’s probably because you are a minority or person of color. Today, federal agencies are racial profiling and being unconstitutional to society today. Racial profiling is stopping someone because the color of their skin or having suspicion in criminal activity. The iron triangle is trying to get something knew added to the government or wanting to keep a policy the same or make changes to the policy.