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Like many people I too have judged a person through their race and from where they come from If we were to judge someone consciously or unconsciously that stereotype has already been embedded within our minds We live in a world where skin color and the way we dress will alter how people will look upon us whether it be bad or good The movie Crash has showed that strong stereotyping is still in our modern society whether we are aware of it or not Most of the characters in the movie have changed their outlook on how they view on one another I will be discussing the changes in the lives of officer John Ryan officer Tom Hansen and Cameron Thayer To begin with John Ryan starts off as a racist towards African Americans The first indication of this claim is when he insulted a woman over the phone because she was an African American The second indication was when he had pulled over an African American man for no reason His racial views in the situation had blinded him of what his duties are as a cop In order for him to put other races in their place he had violated that mans wife As the days pass he is split in making a decision Either to help the woman he had molested or to leave her in the car which had flipped over I believe that his dads history with the African Americans had influenced his decision in risking his life to save a black woman After the brave rescue he had done he is shown reflecting on what he had done Towards the end of the movie it portrays him as a better person than he was in the beginning He came from having no compassion towards the African American ethnicity to risking his life to save a black woman Secondly officer Tom Hansen is portrayed as someone who
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