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Unformatted text preview: -These films tended to attract black urban audiences, but not significant white audiences. 1980s-hollyhwood began to include movies produced and directed by blacks and latinos in the 1980s 1990s-black films appeared that depicted urban black life with a harsher edge such as: Boys in the hood and “new jack city” Portayals today-Stereotypes persist What can be done to reduce stereotypes-in television o hire more AHANA producers, writers, directors, editors, reporters and top executives-Increase the variety of AHANA TV and film roles-Write and produce programs that debunk stereotypes-In news o Be sensitive to harmful AHANA stereotyping o Be aware of cultural differences – don’t link all lations or all Asians together as single group o Be sensitive to racially biased or insensitive language...
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- Fall '08
- White people, media AHANA stereotypes