American By The Number: The New Dividers Movie Review (Movie Review Sample)
It is a reflection paper about your reaction to the documentary and how it relates to contemporary U.S. race relations. The documentary is called America By The Number: The New Divider. This documentary is on PBS.org. This is the link; http://www.pbs.org/video/2365833145/source..
Reflection Paper about the Documentary â€œWho is Black in America?â€
November 5, 2016
Your Institution of Affiliation
The issue of racism has been one of the oldest problems in the history of the United States. Different people being divided by the way they look and the color of their skin, while having different and unequal number of opportunities based on that categorization that they created. However, upon watching the video and having some further reflections about it, I believe that â€œracismâ€ â€“ in the â€œblack vs. whiteâ€ sense â€“ is just one of the major issues that needs to be dealt with. I also believe that the issue of â€œcolorismâ€ â€“ light skinned black vs. dark skinned black â€“ should also be tackled more deeply. As stated in the video, this issue is not as apparent as compared to black vs. white racism because the black people â€œdo not want this to add further fuel to the flameâ€. As said, the definition of â€˜blacknessâ€™ was not created by those who are being oppressed but by those who uses that system of oppression for their own good. Based on historical accounts, this method of colorism was once a strateg...
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