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Racism and violence has been going on since the beginning of time and who knows if this will ever end Racism is a belief that a particular group is a higher importance or lower rank to another This problem is universal and someone somewhere is experiencing hatred toward one another Racism and violence can be influential no one is born racist or violent the person would have had to learnviewed it from another person it has to do with the persons upbringing Racism has many different forms and this can include personal attacks written or verbal threats damage to property etc Racism is like bullying and you can feel left out and lonely The movies Crash and Do the Right Thing have very similar themes when it comes to racism and violence and how these peoples lives are affected not only by racism but also stereotypingThe movie Crash released in 2004 has multiple stories all tied in one and all of those stories have to do with racism violence and stereotyping In the beginning of the movie a guy and his daughter comes into a gun store and asks for a free box of ammunition The employee gets annoyed that they are talking in a different language The customer feels that he was assaulting him they get into a little argument The employee says some racial slurs at the customer Peter and Anthony are walking down the sidewalk conversing about how they get treated different A couple are walking towards them Rick and Jean Jean grabs her husbands Rick arm and gets closer to him as she sees Peter and Anthony walking towards them as well Anthony felt that Jean only did that because she stereotyped them in her mind Anthony gets annoyed and him and his partner Peter go and car jack Jean and Rick After the carjacking Jean and Rick went home Jean was upset about the whole thing and she
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