Rabbit Proof Fence - Paluch 1 Dustin Paluch Professor...

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Dustin Paluch Professor Ringer WRI 102-25 19 March 2010 White Skinned People are Better How can watching a filmed version of the Stolen Generations, about a policy that was implemented in Western Australia from 1910 through 1970, help us see what racism is? Show how Neville and the others in authority carry out the policy and argue how the film depicts these people. Are they shown as evil, ignorant, sincere? How does their depiction make you feel? Is this response useful? You can utilize the Holden and Kemp articles as support for your claim. Slavery. . . Holocaust. . . Trail of Tears, each of these not only caused the death of thousands-plus, but these instances lead to the destruction of generations worth of cultural experience. With the “imprisonment” of school age children in Australia from 1910 through 1970, many generations are still being affected today because some of the children “imprisoned” are now adults in the working world. Rabbit Proof Fence takes on the role of entertainer as well as reenactment/documentary when it re-tells the story of how three young Aboriginal girls, Molly, Daisy, Gracie, struggle to
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