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...them. It is then when the Chinese immigrant tells them that they are the same and although reluctant at first they realize that they are the same because they share the same hardships. The movie Do the Right Thing shows that all the racial system really does is divide people into groups and put them up against each other. It gives hardships such as redlining and being seen as criminals to those at the bottom and benefits as simple as not being seen as criminal to those at the top. Why does there have to be a racial system is it that by nature one group always has to be the dominant one in order for survival or is it just the way society wants it to work. Even today some type of racial system still exists, will the right thing be done and we will eventually see the end of a racial system, one can only hope that society’s views on “race” veer from a racial system.
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