However, such alienations are creations of the mind often replaceable through effective indoctrination a feature that shows that with time people can easily overlook their color and cultural difference to enhance the development of a cohesive society as the discussion below portrays.
Key among the findings of the film is the fact that race is not a biological concept. This implies that every human is equal and physiologically similar to the others. Racism was therefore a social, political and economic concept developed by the western countries to justify the immense economic inequality in their countries. The development of the concept of apartheid for example was a perfect portrayal of the attempt by the western powers to spread the concept of social alienation thus fronting their superiority claim (Langman and Devorah 211). The campaigns succeeded in stratifying the society in terms of races with the whites claiming the superiority. Such developments influenced the structures of societies into the future. For a long time, North American countries experienced intense racism as the whites used such claims to superiority enhance slave trade.
Eradicating racism remained an important task in the development of the modern cohesive American society. Through systematic inter race relations, the population succeeded in changing the mindsets of the people into believing in the equality of races. This proved that race is indeed a political concept used systematically by the whites to justify the economic inequality in the regions. To date, the society continues to experience various forms of racial alienation. Such features thrive on the existing racial stereotypes (Henslin 76). The prevalence of such features continues to deter the holistic integration of people in the society. In order to overcome such, the authorities must encourage the integration of people in order