Racial Racism

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When black is mention generally we all have the mind set of evil, darkness and nothing pleasant. What about white? The pure and innocent representation, the symbolism of what is good and angelic. Black people are basically not as good as the white race.
This stereotype of the black people looked down on was started by the colonization of the southern hemisphere, referring to South Africa. The black South African were identified as barbaric and not able to rule or govern their own country. This lead to the oppression of the black race by the white so “superior” white race. This has the political ideology that was and still occasionally demonstrated in the media.
With this I can reference to the cartoon of “Madam and Eve” which is generally
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With the first experience to it, we could justify that it exist even amongst the biggest and professional levels. The one example where media has shown this was with the National Basketball Association (NBA). One reporter asked “why is the NBA still not the reflection of the United States of America?” with this in the hands of media retaliation or responses proven that there is still the mind set from certain individuals that there are better than others based on their race or skin colour. NBA is not like America as we as the society it is still not acceptable to think that black people being as intellectually…show more content…
Black players dominate in the basketball court and this raises the racial tension. In the movie (one hour twenty nine minutes) the coach Hon Haskins decides to play only he black players in the finals, while Jerry Armstrong the white player takes offence to taking a back seat to the black players but still supports the intention behind this action. This film shows how the great love for sport has been a solution to the stereotype of having racial imbalance.
This has been unconsciously been pasted down from generations as there is a part (one hour thirteen minutes) Jerry confronts the team, “it’s not us it’s them (racist white individuals), and yes I am white but you had never been able to see past that. Now it like we do not even count we the minority in this team) where we see the tension and the exposure of how this stereotypes affect individuals. This shows the way media has been fighting against this and try make changes in the
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