The Importance Of Melerance In The Movie Freedom Writers

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The importance of tolerance in “Freedom Writers”
The movie Freedom Writers, which was released in 2007, it is based on the book The Freedom Writers Diary by the teacher Ms. Gruwell who wrote the story based on Woodrow Wilson Classical High School. In the movie Freedom Writers, a teacher –Ms. Gruwell tried her best to reach out for the “unfit” students in classroom 203. The students in the class sit separately into racial groups. The students are intolerant because they grew up in an environment where there is hate towards one and another races. The students in the class always fight, therefore, most of the students stop coming to class. Ms. Gruwell tried to gain the students’ trust by buying them composition books and making students’ write diaries. In the movie Freedom Writers, tolerance is important as it can gain trust, allows one to know more about the opposite party, and to earn respect from others.

Trust is something simple but it is also a complicated thing. Trust is also important in teacher-student relationships. Unfortunately, in the movie Freedom Writers, the students do not trust one easily. They keep themselves away from associating with others races. The students’, especially the blacks, does not trust Ms. Gruwell, because they are not used to associating with the other races. They hated each other; they do not trust each other, because of their past, they thought this is what they are supposed to do. This is the reason why the students’ sit separately

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