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...tive director of the Washington-based Asian Americans Advancing Justice noted that “... the ‘joke’ involving Asian children, which played off more than one damaging stereotype of Asians and Asian Americans, exposed one of the failings of how we talk about race in America: race relations are not a black-white binary” (Mee, 2016). At present, black people as a vulnerable group has secured a better position in the society, but some of them have become a oppressor that they hate most. The Chris Rock case is a typical example that express their feelings: I already have the right to speak and now it’s my turn to bully you. This matches sheep Bellwether’s behavior in Zootopia, on the one hand, they vulnerable groups overcorrect after rising, on the other hand, they desire power much more than rights in the deepest part of their heart, even at the expense of a new nightmare.
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