racism

D. W. Griffith and the "Numinous Chinaman"

In 1915, D. W. Griffith made The Birth of a Nation, and spent the rest of his life trying to prove he wasn't racist.

D. W. Griffith and the "Numinous Chinaman"

The Racism of Eastwood's Invictus

Freeman's Mandela exists solely to forgive white people, assuage their guilt, promote reconciliation and ask for nothing in return. In Invictus, we never see Mandela fight for black rights, only for white love.