Racism is portrayed through intersectional identities between Desi Hoop Dreams Sanjeet and Krush. Desi Hoop Dreams is able to show how it impacts many different races throughout our country. Due to Sanjeet and Krush being South Asian, aspects of how races are treated differently in certain areas is shown throughout their lifestyle. This is shown well through them wanting to play basketball with the African Americans. Sanjeet and Krush do not fit in the way they want to due to their race. Their race affects how they are treated on the court. Hall mentions why this is the case with two colliding races with saying “Identities are never unified and, increasingly fragmented; often intersecting and constantly in the process of change and transformation.” (Week One, Slide 12) This presents the idea that different races may not get along right away but soon they will adapt to each other and start working together and stop the racism between each other. This is portrayed throughout sports today with the NBA and the difference between African Americans in the NBA compared to other races. The NBA as an organization has become racially diverse towards each other based on how there are known to play and the type of aggression t...
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...spect and understand what is viewed as good and bad qualities. Edward Said said “No one today is purely one thing.” (Week One, Slide 14) Although Sanjeet and Krush are viewed upon as South Asian they try to then turn more diverse and pick up African American Cultures based upon where they live and what is necessary to fit in.
Intersectional processes have a huge part in the making of identities and is shown very well how in Desi Hoop Dreams. The three most shown intersectional identities in Desi Hoop Dream popular culture, masculinity, and discrimination developed a way to understand how people are looked upon because of the race they are in a different culture but can change that by the way you act and portray yourself to others. Intersectional processes have a huge impact in today 's world but people have a better understanding as to fitting in with who they are.
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