Analysis Of The Movie ' Brent Staples '

1091 Words Nov 1st, 2016 5 Pages
Don’t judge Others
It has been said, “Judging a person does not define who they are…but defines who you are.” Being judged is discrimination toward a person’s character. Discrimination is a practice to judge others based on their person beliefs. There are many areas in which people are judge others such as appearance, beliefs, race and religion. People discriminate against others because they base their judgment off appearance. We all are human and we all should be treated equal. In this case, Brent Staples, Susan Boyle, Travon Martin and myself are people who know what it means to be judge base on their appearance. You can’t judge people based on their appearance.
First, Brent Staples is a black man who is judged based on physical appearance by the public. Brent Staple address his experiences of being discriminated by the public and mistakenly accused of being a burglar at his job. Brent Staples first victim was a white woman that was in her late twenties (520). As a graduate student, Staples took a late night walk on the avenue. Brent was walking behind a woman, but notice there seem to be a discreet of inflammatory distance between them (520). Suddenly the woman casted back with a fearful glance at Brent. When woman the observe Brent Staples appearance for being a black man-a broad six feet two inches with a beard and billow hair, both hands shoved into the pockets of a bulky military jacket (520). The woman judged based on his physical features that Brent was harmful…
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