Race, Sexuality, and Discrimination: A look at prejudice through the book "Black Like Me," and the movie "Paris is Burning."
Assume for a second that everyone is equal. All things considered, the mere deliberation of this draws close to impossibility. Identity is malleable. Cosmetics can be a simple change; both trans- sexuality and race modification are a tad more extreme venues of expression. Unfortunately, the populace acts differently to different people. Human nature rejects the alteration of the current social stratifications. This holds as much in the 1950?s, during the time when John Howard Griffin wrote Black Like Me, as it did in 1991, the time that the film Paris is Burning was released. Both ?texts?…
- Race, Sexuality, and Discrimination: A look at prejudice through the book "Black Like Me," and the movie "Paris is Burning."
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