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The white supremacists from the south weren’t happy about the amendment that ended slavery which was one of their economic system and “blessing”. This law made it sure that there was no individual who was supposed to be put into slavery or any form of enslavement except for crime.
The supremacists with other bitter northerners took advantage of the exception of the amendmentand branded African Americans as criminals who deserved to be thrown behind bars. The effort to reform has always been cut out by racists who find any lacuna in the law and in any policy to make sure that the African Americans always suffer. The politicians, the justice system, and corporates have partnered in a way that always makes the African Americans and any other colored person suffer. Presidential campaigns and other political campaigns are centered on racism with politicians portraying African Americans and the Latinos to be criminals and drug lords.If there is any way that will make this situation end, it is only through the individual will of the whites. The white society needs to realize that all humans are equal and no one is superior to the other. This can be done through campaigns and laws should be made that will protect the public from individual perceptions and stereotypes of selfish politicians and corporate chiefs. I am not being pessimistic but until individuals realize the beauty humanity, this evil cycle of repression won’t end because it is being fashioned in one way or the other. How did the film shape your view or understanding of the prison system in the U.S.? Did any evidence or a specific case challenge or change your pre-existing view of the prison system? Explain.I have always viewed the prison system to be a correctional facility of that was only centered around the prosecution, the juries, the judges and the prison guards. The aspect of Prison