Racial discrimination is unfortunately proving to be inevitable in the United States. The complex features attached with race relations are epidemic in nature, damaging the country like a plague.
Racism Is Real is a short documentary published by a California-based company known as “Brave New Films.” The film centers on many debatable issues that further exploits the interminable problems of racism.
Racism Is Real introduces two men—Dante J. Williams, African American, and David J. Williams, Caucasian, that enact a series of scenarios, which vividly exposes the racial disparities between blacks and whites. The inequalities include applying for jobs while having the same credentials, yet one being overlooked because his name is “indicative” of his race. Another setting discloses how blacks attempting to purchase a home are shown 17.7 percent fewer houses than whites.
The film highlights figures and facts that merely work as evidence that racial profiling, black incarceration, and many other elements of injustice are alive and “real.” It is geared to resolve doubt in people who hesitate in acknowledging the existence of racial tension in U.S.A. Nevertheless, there are still those who are reluctant to accept the existence of racism, despite how explicit “Racism Is Real” defines it.
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