The overall opinion of Crash was that racism will never change, and that there is no way to stop it. It also showed how all cultures is prejudice to each other, in more ways than one. In some ways this is an agreeable statement but for the most part is false. This is because racism can be stopped there just has to be many people dedicated to stopping it and would have to take a significant amount of steps to stop it.
He continues by claiming that denying housing and employment for smokers is a form of public hostility. This is a false analogy, and where Scott uses the term “discrimination” in an inappropriate manner. Racial and ethnic discrimination is different because people do not choose to be a certain race like choosing to be a smoker. Furthermore, people do not negatively affect others in their vicinity with secondhand ethnicity. By stating that nonsmokers “force their beliefs on the rest of society,” Scott suggests that smokers are victims of violences, and are threatened with restriction of the First Amendment.
Why we do not worry about how to break these racial barriers, instead of thinking about the differences and war? But gladly, not everyone is selfish; there are also people who show interest in change as Atticus…those few are the people who manage to change the world. this novel leaves us the lesson that we should not Judge people by their appearance or their customs, because we are all equal and nobody is lower or higher. If we Judge a person just because it is different without giving an opportunity to defend themselves, we can make a big mistake and end the life of that person ... we have to think a little more in the others and stop being
People are taught to feel ashamed of their looks so that they would never question getting cosmetic surgery to fit in. However, if everyone were an ugly, perhaps no one would be considered ugly. However, the pretty society has perfectly good reasons for their laws. For one thing, the previous society, now known as the “Rusties,” is remembered as a wasteful culture, one that nearly destroyed the planet. Pretties live in isolation from nature so that they will not destroy it.
Just as the scientists do, these people fid ways to trap there people into lacking a lot of things a good person would have. The violence in Winston’s world I caused by very controlling people who likes power and turns it into evil. The war with Eurasia and the killing of the people, the banishment of the population once things are being done wrong or someone doing something against regulations. This act is like a flip in the script, once the people in the population does something out of bound, it’s like they are being evil, when it’s really the other way
Atticus tells the kids “i don't want either of you bearing a grudge about this thing. no matter what happens.” The quote is using the technique of meaning and un biest imagery. Which shows that Atticus knows he is going to loose and get a lot of people upset by him. The message of this chapter is to show that everyone has their faults, that mr Cunningham is only human and is a good man. That he is strayed by the rest of the town - peer pressure.
There are few that may be questionable, but is it necessary to punish an entire race, every man, woman, and child, when none of them have done anything wrong? These people are being forced to sign, yes, to a loyalty act, when their own country doesn’t even accept them and that is not American, and simply not right. And lastly, these people have been removed from their previous lives, left everything behind and were forced to start over. These people have nothing but one another to build up a stable community for themselves, because they sure do not have your support. They are now just
The separating of black and white has caused many problems in society and these inequalities are still felt today. Rebellion, revolution, boycotting and even riots, have led to tensions between the two races. Additionally, desegregating schools led to a learning gap between black and white students. The Constitution states that no state can make the law that takes away the rights and privileges of citizens making them immune to it. Desegregation of public places should be allowed because it is inequitable to separate humans based on the color or pigmentation of their skin.
Evans was clearly a racist, evil man that found any words to sugarcoat the evil he wanted to inflict. He obviously has no respect for people as humans if he can call another being “parasites” and claim that part of being American is keeping the people inbred. Clancy on the other hand just seems to want to be fair and logic while keeping the law firm. He is more logic in the sense that he realizes immigrants are not problems, they are people, but people can be difficult as well. He makes it clear that all immigrants have positive and negatives because they are people not because their race makes any difference in their functionality as a hard working human.
In my opinion, the penalties for hate crimes should continue to be more severe than that of a regular crime because so many innocent people are injured and even killed simply because they are different. People should have the right to live in America free of fear that something will happen to them simply because they were not born a certain color, they practice a different religion or that they happen to be