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What does it mean to be American American citizens are granted life liberty and the pursuit of happiness One who is American can control their destiny depending on how hard they work they are not confined to a class system that they were born into as in many other countries But what does this all mean And how does equality fit into this picture The constitution states that all men are created equal but when this statement was written the word men was associated with the white male In time the word men in this context has taken on a different meaning including men and women regardless of race or creed These issues are reflected on through out the movie Color of Fear It is inevitable that this movie will stir many feelings in its audience because anyone can relate to some part or situation that was communicated by the characters I felt angry saddened and even was uncomfortable while watching this movie The topic of racism is a controversial one The United States is considered a melting pot where its citizens have heritage roots of all kinds and where men women of different backgrounds get married and have children Yet the majority of its citizens claims and identify with one nationality The reason for this is feelings of not belonging and of shame It is sad that people feel unsafe and cannot be at ease just because they cross city lines where the greater number of people are of a dissimilar race One character even said it was like being in shark infested waters However racism can cause other feeling as well besides that of fear One can feel invisible uncomfortable or just unimportant The most moving part of the movie for me was when one of the characters that refused to believe the extent of racism the others had experienced was asked what if What if these experiences
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