Chen1 the night of the beach
Nasir Kan is Mmuslim, in the eyes of the unknown people, they believed the Naz has the same blood as bBien Laden who made orchestrated the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and believe in the same religion. Even Naz did not do anything. When the police found find the bloody knife from on the Naz, they believed the Naz is the killer. No matter how he explained it, no one believed that he was innocent. Detective Dennis Box who induced the Naz said everything that he want to know. He did not care why Naz’s body did not have any blood when he was cruel and bloody killed a girl.
He did not want to know the reason that Naz killed Andrea Cornish. May be Nasir was innocent, but in the shadow of racial discrimination, he is very inferiorityinferior and helplessness, so people believed that he was the murderer without a shadow of doubt. Therefore, the issue of racial discrimination is thought-provoking. I believed if Naz is the white, the story while be different. Comment by Kurt Voss-Hoynes: What unknown people? If you’re talking about the guy who said that to Naz, his name is Trevor and his friend is Duane. It is on the character sheet I’ve provided. Comment by Kurt Voss-Hoynes: Stay in the present tense. Comment by Kurt Voss-Hoynes: This is unnecessary. In addition, why are the ideas here important? What do they tell us about society? About the characters? About the show? In other words, what is the “so what”? Comment by Kurt Voss-Hoynes: What do you mean by this? Comment by Kurt Voss-Hoynes: Who? Comment by Kurt Voss-Hoynes: Where did this come from? Evidence! Comment by Kurt Voss-Hoynes: Who? Comment by Kurt Voss-Hoynes: Yes, it is. However, you still need to make it more clear that this is what you’re discussing. Remember, you can’t assume that I will think the same way that you do. So, you have to do the work to tell me how this explores the idea of racial discrimination. Make the implicit explicit.