They been fighting to be heard for years and is still being overpowered by the criminal justice system. They’re willing to give people life in prison because they “looked” like they committed the crime. Policies are even shooting random people because they look suspicious. We are all entitled to safety but not everyone feel safe. What hurts the most is that the people that are suppose to protect us and keep us safe are the ones that 's hurting and making us feel unsafe.
Harassment at the hands of police, Los Angeles riots and the beating of Rodney King by law enforcers pushed the N. W. A. to make music. Music was the only escape from police brutality, crack dealing, 'Reaganomics ' and gangbanging. They were pushed to make music from their experiences in their neighborhood. Dre and Eazy-E, members of N.W.A., were once harassed by police for shooting paintball guns. Ice Cube, another member of N.W.A, explains how there was mistrust between police officers and people in his neighborhood.
These social issues are most commonly shown through the protagonist’s direct encounter(s) with the societal problems. Ron, in Dallas Buyers Club struggles with the SDI AIDS and is constantly scrutinized for it and disowned by his co workers. When little was known about the disease during this time and socially it was known as a ‘gay disease’, which is generally known now to be false. This causes frustration from the viewer that the government and people around the protagonist are not understanding his efforts to help others affected by AIDS. The government’s lack of interest in the help of the people suffering in the film creates a link to the issue of big companies and their addiction to profit putting money before others.
To Tom, the East Egg is superior. Gatsby ultimately becomes enemies with Tom because he is a bootlegger and makes his relationship with Daisy all too clear to see. He accepts an insincere dinner invitation which angers Tom even more because he begins to realize there is something going on between Gatsby and his wife. This aggressive and unfriendly relationship between Gatsby and Tom proves that Gatsby is foolish because he does not think of the consequences for his actions in the long run if Tom finds out. He made little to no effort to hide it and Daisy does not help.
The problem is they all do the some of the same things to their rivals. In all, this book connects to a lot of interesting ideas and historical events. In conclusion, the theme in the book the outsiders are being prejudice is a human instinct, although, we cannot let it take control of us. It reminds the reader of the ways people are judged and a few groups of people that are judged. Is it wrong to judge people in all
With their high powered weapon, the destruction created became problematic for many people. Because of the actions the oppressed groups do, they are seen as animalistic. Oppression is a major topic discussed by District 9 and Do the Right Thing in different ways. Each movie deals with living an area with a low standard of living. They both have their own sub-groups of people who are being discriminated against.
There is a cycle of the negative actions that cause his father to get drunk, however, his father feelings has been expressed by actions not words. For example, the says “you beat time on my head” meaning the how rough the father has been hitting him (Roethke 968). The narrator makes it same to make it fit with the meter of the music to be disguised. Dancing of the music which seems to be more of a beating to the narrator that says “at every step you missed/ my right ear scraped a buckle” (Roethke 969). As he is dancing with the narrator the father would hit him if he messes up.
This violence and presence of deadly weapons just adds to the negative perception of the stereotype of the gangsta image and that people that fit that image are viewed as gangstas. Another film which showed many of the characteristics and behaviors that have come to be associated with the gangsta image is the 1993 film Menace II Society. For instance, one perception of young African American men fitting the gangsta image is the opening scene in Menace II Society when one of the main characters Caine is at a corner store and being looked down upon because of the way he looked and was acting then shoots both the clerk and his wife in a fit of anger then robs the store (Hughes 1993). Often times, a life of crime is one of the behaviors that has come to be linked with the gangsta image. Some other scenes in Menace II Society that further the stereotype of the gangsta image is when he is buying cocaine or when he steals the wheels for the car he purchased from an illegal chop shop.
Chapter 2 follows the corrupt justice system. Many people are brought into the justice system because of the War on Drugs without much thought of their guilt or innocence, police just so happened to “randomly” pull them over for a traffic stop because of their skin color. Convictions for drug offenses is the biggest cause of the explosion of incarnation rates in the United States. The reader learns in chapter 3 that the police pull people over for a traffic stop because their race, and that is often what justifies the polices reasonings.
Defenseless individuals shot and killed by police officer’s savagery methods of restraining, attempting to bring justice into their own hands in the wrong manner. Police brutality creates nothing more than fear to citizens that should feel protected by their authorities. The excessive violence used by police officers towards citizens results in the deaths of many, which is known as police brutality, and it has left the African American community raving with anger .The atrocity acts of authority figures have caused many unfortunate situations, and outcomes, such as the deaths of innocent black individuals. Police brutality is caused by assumptions of appearances, racism, and stereotypes and results in death, riots, protests, and falsely indicting people. Authorities often pre-judge others by their race and/or appearance, without first having any actual evidence that makes their suspicion true.
These types of accusations are morally wrong. To properly get an analysis of someone, a person should learn how they act through events and experiences with said person not a generalization based on a previous encounter with someone of a similar race Sadly, racism still exists within the United States today. What we are now seeing are more covert forms of discrimination; racist jokes and remarks made behind closed doors, discrimination in the workplace, law enforcement racial profiling, deceitful lending practices, denial of financial loans, mortgages, etc, biases in legal proceedings, media bias/sensationalism,
In the book, “The Outsiders” by S.E. Hinton there are two main social groups, the Socs and the greasers. The Socs, and the greasers are enemies in the town of Tulsa and often get into fights just because they are different. Socs and greasers often stereotype each other just based on one experience with one their friends. To start off, there are many instances of greasers stereotyping Socs, but here are just a few examples.
Furthermore, when a group of people of being constantly attacked by police and their government is not doing anything to protect them retaliation is inevitable and uncontrollable. Violent protests and riots where erupted after the verdict of the Trayvon murder case, windows were smashed stores where looted and some the streets where left in ravages. The Black Lives Matter Movement is an international activist movement created by the black community that fights for the inequality of the crime system, killings by law enforcement officers and the issues pertaining to racial profiling and police
Sometimes this is good but sometimes they’re bad as well and the people eye can go along with a new police but not knowing there’s a twist to it. Overall racial profiling is a violation of are individual human rights and it also violates our 14th amendment. Police should stop using this method and use other methods to figure out criminal behavior. We live in a world where people are still simple minded and can’t get out of their old ways. Being racially targeted because your black or muslin any other race can take a toll on someone