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Response Paper On Hotel RwandaThe film presents different stereotype of racism that is often presented in Hollywood movies The common stereotype of racism or discrimination happens between the white who is often the colonizer and the black who are colonized The film presents racism of the same nationality but different ethnicities who are the Tutsi and Hutu These response papers will discuss how the issue of racism is created and its different forms in relations to my personal opinionThe film Hotel Rwanda presents the issue of racism between the different ethnic groups But in other scene it also presents the issue of racism between black and white Although the citizen of Rwanda shares the same language and religion however the colony creates what is known as institutional racism According to the movie the Belgians who were colonizer left the power in the hand of Hutu while they categorize the Tutsi who are people with wealth lighter skin and elegant While both groups share the same language and religions people appearance and names will indicates to their ethnicities In one of the scenes the refugees of the hotel were sent with the UN for protection and they faced a militant Hutu rebels One of the Hutu has constrict the wife Tatiana with a knife on her neck demanding to know her name in order to kill her This shows how names has the role of identifying peoples race and exposes them to genocide Other form of racism in the film is when the militant rebel ask Paul who is Hutu to kills his wife and children as an accused to be Tutsi Correspondingly the film shows in one scene the issue of racism between the black and white It was one scene when a member of UN peacekeeping force insults Paul because he is an African and therefore worthless and powerless It shows how White people sees themselves as people
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