This shows that all flight members did not receive equal treatment as one another. As some Middle Eastern passengers began being removed from flights due to more controversial and fear, the inequality became greater. Security was made more direct towards certain ethnic groups and it was evident that not everybody was treated equally. It showed that people were still being accused without a justified
Changez started to be stereotyped after 9/11. The definition of a stereotype is “a widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or an idea of a particular type of person or thing”(Dictionary.com). A stereotype of Muslims is they are all violent. After 9/11 workers at the airport were very skeptical of Changez and they didn’t let him on the plane right away. They wouldn’t even accept the fact that he lived in the United States.
23, P.295) In this quote, Atticus saying that there's just something about race that makes white people crazy. He also acknowledges, in case it wasn't already clear, that law is not pure realm free of the racial prejudices that plague everyday in life, it's subject to the same problems as society at large. Usually Atticus is a voice of hope for change the idea of racism, but here he flatly says that racism is a "fact of life," suggesting that losing Tom's case severely reduced his hopefulness concerning human nature, or else that, having sat through the
Human savagery is when people do acts that are out of the ordinary. Humans are born savage because people don’t learn how to do outrageous acts. Also, savage acts are usually considered as violent which people don’t teach you, which means you learn it as you progress through life. An example of a text that demonstrates the effects of human savagery is Lord of the Flies by William Golding. At the start of this novel, the next world war was about to start, and a plane crashes on an inhabited island which kills the pilot and some of the schoolboys.
Another reason they outlawed the flag is because it wasn’t showing any respect for people that fought in a war and got no respect for people that died. Also, people want to have it down because there was starting to be fights about the discussion of the flag being banned or being back up. Also people are also wanting it banned because it has been causing too much trouble in places that started to have. People want it down also because it is a sign of slavery and it is a symbol of a deadly attack on the
According to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) “racial profiling is in every instance inconsistent with this country’s core constitutional principles of equality and fairness” (“Should Racial Profiling Be Accepted”). The 4th Amendment from the Constitution protects people from unreasonable searches and seizures by government. (“PresidentChronological History”). The law enforcement and the government are hampering this constitution principle by targeting individuals for suspicion of crime. Racial profiling is unfair to those targeted who weren't involved in the
I even said that I didn’t want to go because the feeling was that strong.” The feeling she had was not because of something bad she ate that day. Everything was normal until the attacks. It was as if someone opened up Pandora’s Box and let havoc run free. On the plane, the attendants seemed weary and off. When the passengers found out about the attacks they were freaking out.
Furthermore, it is used to unite those with racist ideologies. Seeing as such, it would violate core democratic values of equality (particularly, social equality on basis of race). If that is not already a monstrous violation of the United States’ values, then the violation of the values of diversity and the common good would make it so. Racial discrimination shuns diversity and tries to take a targeted racial group down in many
Recently, racism and racial discrimination have become a problem of the individual. In Katie Pavlich 's article “America is not racist”, she states: “Is their racism sanctioned by the government and celebrated by fellow citizens? Absolutely not....the individuals who have not corrected their racist views are an innumerable minority roundly and strongly condemned by the rest of society.” She argues that racism is a problem of a few individuals that have stereotypical beliefs of races. Similarly, in “America Has a Big Race Problem”, Nesbit summarizes a study conducted at the University of Chicago: “many Americans still do, in fact, harbor beliefs about racial and ethnic minorities” (Nesbit). This study confirms that racism is now of the individual, as not all Americans harbor these beliefs.
Experts criticized their crisis management by saying “crisis in managing crisis” and “make a crisis worst” due to their failure in crisis communications. From the announcement delivered by Malaysian ministers, uncertainties loomed among them. For example, the time and reason they lost contact with the Flight 370, what happened to the flight and so on which is still an unknown until now. It can be understood that Malaysia Airlines need their time to figure out what was happening on the plane but at the moment when they confirmed lost contact with the flight after it took off not more than one hour, Malaysia Airlines should have to release a press statement immediately. Relatives of the 239 people on the flight had their rights to know this news at the first moment, no matter what happened and how reluctant were they.