These articles painting the struggle of the black community in in crating positive snap shots about them black community through movies and literature. It indicates the difference between black producers and white movie producers. It illustrates the hardships black producers had to undergo earlier than their movies got aired. Additionally, it explains how the black community Was impacted through the positive depictions iof their race which was different from most films of the 20th century.
Breaux, Richard M. ""After 75 years of magic: Disney answers its critics, rewrites African American history, and cashes in on its racist past."" Journal of African American Studies 14.4 (2010): Pp398-416.This article does explore the representations of historical intersection of gender and race in Disney’s: Black Women, The Frog, and The Princes. The article does evaluate how Pixar and Disney studio animators and executives attempted to utilize The Frog and The Princes to make response to critic’s allegations regarding the perpetuation of racism and sexism in animated features. The article has three major sections. The first focuses on Disney’s attempt to respond to the critics regarding the absence of the Black history as well as mothers in the movie, the presence of emotionally prince dependent maidens as well as over-sexualization. The second part focuses on how black women are represented in the history of movies and Disney’s sanitizing of African American History. The third section does focus on Disney’s efforts of paying to deny racism. This article vividly depicts how Disney did aid in creating negative perceptions towards the black community hence vital a great article for the topic. Fearing, Franklin. "Influence of the Movies on Attitudes and Behavior." The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 254.1 (1947): Pp70-79.Franklin’s article also focuses on revealing tye impact which movie has on people’s perception. He described how the images created by movies impact the subconscious self of human beings hence developing perceptions and opinions aligned to the images. The article illustrates how movie production influences the community in development of particular perceptions and beliefs towards others, the government and other things in the society. Guida, John. “How Movies Can Change Our Minds.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 4 Feb. 2015, op-talk.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/02/04/how-movies-can-change-our-minds/.Guida’s article also reveals the significant impact movie has on people attitudes and perceptions. He demonstrates how movies could be trigger conversations and debates regarding various issues in the society. He shows the manner through which governments could use movies to increase the community’s trust in it. Kreitner, Richard. "Welcome to Fake-Town." Nation, vol. 302, no. 12, 21 Mar. 2016, p. 11. EBSCOhost, search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&AN=113929880&site=ehost-live.This article entails the experience of a black author working in Hollywood. Additionally, it also depicts the manner through which Hollywood depicted and treated individuals from the black community. This article acknowledges that the movie industry was mainly controlled by the whites hence had to depict them as more powerful and superior compared to the black community. Lehman, Christopher P. The colored cartoon: Black representation in American animated short films, 1907-1954. Univ of Massachusetts Press, 2009. Pp 23-77Lehamn articles also show the manner through which animations are used to promote racial stereotypes and prejudices. The article examines various animation series that adversely depicts the black people. As a result , the article explains the related effects which include more racist attitudes towards the black people. Nakagawa, Kathy and Angela E. Arzubiaga. "The Use of Social Media in Teaching Race." Adult Learning, vol. 25, no. 3, Aug. 2014, pp. 103-110. EBSCOhost, doi:10.1177/1045159514534190.The article does explore various ways through the social and mainstream media does integrate race pedagogy and how it significantly influences racism and how its aids in understanding race. The media acts as a context of learning, challenging and addressing social issues like race. The article discuses the manner in which the media could be used promote racial literacy as well as how to hinder it. The article mainly deals with how mainstream media like movies as wel as social media could be used to combat racism. Peterson, Ruth C., and Louis Leon Thurstone. "Motion pictures and the social attitudes of children." (1933). Pp 35-47This article also focuses on how the movie industry impacts young children. Through the production of cartoons and animation, children are exposed to racial prejudices and stereotypes which aid in developing their realities. Quinn, Eithne. "Closing Doors: Hollywood, Affirmative Action, and the Revitalization of Conservative Racial Politics." Journal of American History, vol. 99, no. 2, Sept. 2012, pp. 466-491. EBSCOhost, search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=tfh&AN=79308087&site=ehost-live.This article does discuss racial politics practiced by American motion film industry after the passing of civil rights act in 1964. The studio made productions in which black people were rarely acknowledged and were represented in a negative manner. The management and producers of this house have been accused of participating in conservative politics that promoted the demeanor and disgrace Sinha, Manisha. "Slavery on Screen." Dissent (00123846), vol. 64, no. 2, Spring2017, pp. 16-20. EBSCOhost, search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=tfh&AN=122029176&site=ehost-live.This article does focus on slavery history with respect to the popular culture and academic aspect. The article focuses on Birth of Nation that depicts the black community as faithful servants as well as whites as benevolent masters. The article also connects the popular culture to the increase of racial segregation in American cities. Weinman, Jaime. "The Movie Is the Message." Maclean's, vol. 129, no. 45, 14 Nov. 2016, pp. 52-54. EBSCOhost, search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=bth&AN=119429949&site=ehost-live.This article also focuses on motion films that have been highly criticized for producing social sensitive ‘films. The article does examine how the movies have the ability to change social realities and perceptions. It mainly shows how the movies industry uses films to promote racism across America. Some of the major movies examined include: Birth of Nation, Loving, as well as Selma. Yue, Genevieve. "The China Girl on the Margins of Film." October, no. 153, Summer2015, pp. 96-116. EBSCOhost, search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&AN=109042817&site=ehost-live.The article does examine how the America industries portrays people from other races as minor compared to the American white race. It focuses on how the Movie China Girl depicts the China women and other colored women during the early 20th century. Additionally, it also points out that the American industry preferred only white actor seven in roles meant to be played by people from other races. This article vividly shows the how Americans perceived or demonstrated their racial supremacy through the film industry.
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