WHITE PRIVILEGE DOCUMENTARY
Series 1 Subtitles
Racism, White Privilege, and Police Brutality
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In the wake of the killing of George Floyd, racism, white privilege, and police brutality on black people has been highlighted in the media and has been recorded and sent over social media.
As a matter of fact, resulting in many calling for justice for innocent black people and taking the stand with the Black Lives Matter Movement.
Racism has existed throughout history and still exists today. Racism is seen everywhere, and, as a matter of fact, you can easily discover it in in cartoons and movies featuring blackface actors as characters who are rapists.
Ignorance is most dangerous when it is associated with violence and murder of innocent people.
Silence Is Racism
Statements from white people explaining their white privilege in social media say that white privilege is being able to walk through the world in a very different way than people of color can and that they feel “comfortable running in my neighborhood knowing that I won’t get shot and killed.”
Another White female says, “I’m very aware I’m white, I still must stand up as a White female for what is inherently wrong with what is going on in this country.”
Being privileged is witnessed especially in cases of police brutality. Some examples are two cases where the suspect is holding a knife, the white suspect is treated less harshly (repeated asking to put the knife down, maybe tasing) compared to a black suspect (officers shoot and abuse without hesitation).
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Another example of this was shown at a George Floyd protest where two protestors, two white males and one black female. Nevertheless, the police fired shots directly aimed at the black female.
In recent years, incidents of unnecessary police brutality have been documented by onlookers via their phones. In addition, police body and car dash cameras being released to the public.
The number of unnecessary brutality incidents on black people has not increased significantly. As a matter of fact, it has been recorded and shared with the world, hoping to stop this unacceptable behavior.
It has been shown that black Americans are more than twice as likely to be killed than white Americans. This is proved by a multiple of sources such as videos that have been released of officers.
It is obvious white officers are hesitating and offering white suspects many chances before using any physical violence on them. Officers also use less brutal means of apprehending suspects, such as tasers and batons.
However, when the suspect is black, officers do not hesitate to shoot, taser, punch and hit with batons repeatedly, use forbidden chokeholds proven to kill, and tying up or pressing all of their weight on top of the suspect.
There needs to be a change. Racism, white privilege, and police brutality on black people are unacceptable in society. On the other hand, black people are unfairly treated and killed just for being black.
The fear that black people live in is unjust, and racist police officers must be brought to justice.
The documentary “White Privilege from a Black Man’s Perspective” provides a frame-by-frame breakdown of police misconduct and police brutality. In addition, the documentary will also bring awareness of the injustices against black and indigenous people. Not to mention, the content and language will be in a relatable manner for some of you.
In all honesty, I am certain some of you will be disgusted by the behavior of the police officers involved in this white privilege documentary. While some of you will be offended by the curse words and the additional, references to white folks throughout the white privilege documentary.
In fact, if you or someone you know, is sensitive to curse words however, under the age of 18 in either case, “you have been warned”. Additionally, you may want to refrain them or yourself, either from listening or watching this documentary.
Besides, you will ask yourself, why the N-WORD is used so frequently?
In fact, the only way to respond to that question is: consequently, that’s exactly what ignorant white folks say to each other privately. As a matter of fact, since the Donald Trump era, white folks on the other hand, are bold enough to say N-WORD to their faces. Nevertheless, some say the N-WORD cowardly behind their backs.
Furthermore, you also may ask yourself why are black women called B**CHES in the documentary? Well, as a matter of fact, the only way to respond to that question is “some black women call each other B**CHES and above all, it’s also in Ice T’s Rap Music.
Whether or not you choose to believe, white supremacist groups have infiltrated law enforcement agencies or not. As a result, it’s happening so frequently that many of you white folks have chosen to wear BLINDFOLDS.
Although mainstream news media tends to dilute the topic of White Privilege, BBC News (the white privilege TikTok challenge), The New York Times and Fox News (Capitol Rioters) will only acknowledge its existence. Nonetheless, if those links don’t convince you, check out WTF? White Privilege and the Invisible Race by Tom Nicholas on YouTube. In all honesty, he clearly has a view worth listening to.
As a result, this perspective will inform, inspire, and more importantly, create dialogue and conversation on an ongoing situation which MUST CHANGE.
I watched your documentary. However, much of it is hard to watch. It’s so much to take in. Nevertheless, super impressed with the quality of your work!!! Amazing all the graphics, your Commentary right on the money. So professional and poignant and the song is incredible!