This group of people are being discriminated and humiliated in their country causing them to be forced to leave their society. They are not being treated equally as others. This shows that the society treat different groups of people differently causing problems to arise. It also shows that the society does not have inclusiveness. There is no way that we can have an inclusive society with people having to be excluded from the society due to their
Indians have been living in misery for centuries now, in reservations drowned in problems like alcoholism, drugs, and illiteracy. The white government has made inumerous attempts to try to assimilate them into the US mainstream population. The effects felt by the Indian reservations due to the negative consequences of white actions are unimaginably devastating. Native Americans have to rely on the government in order to survive, and sometimes that 's still not enough. Their lives have been shaped by the government so much that the effects of the past actions made by the whites have become substantially irreversible, forcing the Native American population to suffer and make sacrificing choices in order to live in the present world.
Then you detect what the magnitude of the situation is…school uniforms. Who would want to see everyone look the same? Uniforms look hideous, plain, and just an overall abominable enforcement in schools. Most students hate wearing them, and from experience, I was one of those students back in high school. School uniforms are overall a horrible enforcement because uniforms restraint one’s individuality, cost a good amount of money, and are despised by most of the student body.
Just as in Bradbury’s story, today’s society has also been desensitized by the chaos around it. Modern people have become numb when it comes to the importance of social issues because of the abundance of problems broadcasted across the world. People can now hear about “the kind of violence that once shocked [them] of the Vietnam era [and] is now funneled in all day and
Overall, this film made me angry and sad at how difficult these children’s lives were. While their adopted siblings got to live their lives without the strife of more complicated issues like child sexual abuse, these Native American children were encountering a situation that no child should have to go through. Anger and sadness certainly come into play when I saw how the children were treated, specifically Lana. Anger is the primary emotion I feel when taking into consideration the methods in which DSS kept families apart through deception, how foster children were treated, the sheer ignorance and denial of a mother who should protect her children and her ability to pull all attention away from the real issue and toward herself. My initial reaction was disbelief and sympathy for the mother and Lana.
Colonisation plays a role in defining people assumption overall on them; as well as their worthlessness can be felt on each member of the family at times when they needed each other. The British colonisers have left almost years ago but still there overpower and domination can be felt. The Indian’s had their own class and rules and all of these stories are looked up by the children’s in their families to help them to form their own identity and find their place in the world but their discomfort and difficulties are always dominated by wests. The relationship which India has with western countries. Instead of thinking in an independent way they are trying to move away from British culture and being a people oppressed by colonisation, they become a victim once again and continued to think like colonized as dominated by
In some respects and the reasons, the racial divide issues had never been stronger between the whites and the blacks, the wounds of apartheid still gaping within them. Mandela looks to the doubtful of sources the Springboks, the mainly white South African rugby team as for many a symbol of apartheid itself in order to heal his country and bridge the racial divide. Hence, Mandela has a strong belief of his ideology that he could make a big different for his country so he meets with the captain of the Springboks, Francois Pienaar (Matt Damon), and states that a victory in the World Cup will unite and inspire the whole nation of South African. While attending a game of the Springboks, the country’s rugby team, Mandela sees that the blacks in the stadium cheer their home team, because the all-white represents justice and apartheid in their minds. Before 1995, no black players are members of the Springboks team.
Discrimination is a constant reminder of inequality among the people. It is one factor that causes division among men and women, young and old, and whites with other skin color. Discrimination among the people turned the society into a battle field where one have to fight hard in order to survive. People normally ignore the idea of discrimination like the baobabs trees in the story of the “Little Prince”, but like the baobabs when it gets ignored it will grow big and tear the whole planet apart. America is a country that serves as a home to different kinds of people and inequality among the society is very visible.
This people have been under social and economic pressure and always humiliated by the Islamic society. After the Islamic revolution they confronted with many restrictions. The constitution of Islamic Republic of Iran is based on the rendition of Koran. In spite of the freedom of religion in the constitution of Islamic republic of Iran, many religious, social, political, and economic restrictions are imposed to the Zoroastrian community. Due to the government discrimination, unemployment among the men and women is high and this resulted to enhance the poverty among the Zoroastrian families.
At sport events, nobody focuses on the colour or nationality of the person standing next to them. Instead, they focus on the idea that a common interest is shared, this being the love of sport and support for a team or an individual. As a result of this sense of ‘common ground’, everyone is united behind the team that they are supporting. As mentioned in an article from the International Review for the Sociology of Sport, “Elite sport is often regarded as one of the main vehicles for articulating national pride and stimulating national cohesion”. 2.1 The first image is from the Rugby World Cup in 1995.