Racial Discrimination : American History X, Remember The Titans And The Blind Side Showed

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In the world today, the globalization process happen around the world and people come together to exchange the culture, information, technology, education and knowledge, however; another side of society always try to ignore other people with different color by violent, the unawareness, and their behavior. Racial discrimination occurs in the world mainly in this area which is stereotypes, unfamiliarity, egotism, and education. The three films I had analyst on American History X, Remember the Titans and The Blind Side showed, everyone is constantly fighting to be better than their neighbor, and the skin-color stratification is just another excuse to look down on them. Many Americans think of racism as something of the past, something back when Abraham Lincoln was president. Actually, discrimination will remain an issue in this world until the sun stops shining and the sound of people’s voices no longer linger in the air. Racism is one of the most revolting things within the vicinity of humanity. Here is a quick summary of the three films, first is American History X is mixed with the past (in black and white) and the present time (in color) throughout movie. A story with two main characters which they are siblings Derek (oldest) and Danny Vinyard (youngest). As the movie progresses the older brother served three years in confinement. During his time in prison he learned to appreciate blacks as human being and not all of them are terrible people. Derek efforts to persuade Daniel not to take the same pathway he once took. The beginning of the movie the Neo-Nazi perception is rich throughout, nonetheless; the involvements encountered have crafted an outlook upon Daniel to stop following the path of hate. The significant moment in the ... ... middle of paper ... ...ough I do not play football, I am on a team and I can relate to some of the things they dealt with. It can relate to any kind of team. It is so important for a team to have unity. It seemed almost impossible for them to have unity on their team. Even when everyone was against them, they still were able to overcome so much. They truly were boys who became men. Their story was so powerful that it changed an entire town. It am sure that it spread and changed more than just this one town, but many towns eventually states. I personally think that it is one of the greatest sports movies ever made. After you watch it, you become motivated and uplifted. It is a touching movie because it is based off of a true story. To know that all of this actually happened, it makes the movie so much more real and exciting. This movie is one of my favorites for all of these great reasons.

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