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The Coens' special mix of arch, sculpted dialogue, film-history homage and scrupulously-framed cinematography has never failed them yet, and through their associations with Sam Raimi and Barry Sonnenfeld, have exerted a powerful, if unacknowledged, influence on mainstream event cinema.
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But it does not walk the walk: instead, it blames inequality on the cultural and social pathologies of Blacks and Latinos. The Asian brain drain and its offspring, the model minority, prove it! Islamophobia – Open, sometimes violent, fear and hatred of “Muslims”, particularly Arabs and Sikhs. For Blacks it even comes to them through the White racism that became part of their culture in slave times, leading to ideas like colourism, “good hair” and the N-word.
There is no equal and opposite Black racism – just internalized White racism. Institutional racism – racism by the courts, police, schools, universities, banks, the fashion industry, Hollywood, the labour and housing markets, etc.
Like Natives being robbed of their land or Blacks being robbed of their labour, leading to the huge wealth gap between them and Whites.