Asian orientalism and racism
Aladdin, due for release in the U. Turbans, swords and desert landscapes suggest a Middle Eastern or Central Asian setting. The movie was filmed in Jordan. The Disney remake is an American movie directed by Englishman Guy Ritchie, but minorities dominate the cast. The other two major roles, those of Jasmine the princess and the vizier Jafar, are played by a British actress and Dutch actor with Indian and Tunisian family roots respectively. Costumes, head coverings, props and settings in the official trailers conjure up Bollywood more than Arabia — intentionally, according to Will Smith.
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Consuming Orientalism: Images of Asian/American Women in Multicultural Advertising
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The bit involved trying to get out of jury duty, with Silverman recounting a friend's suggestion that she write something "really inappropriate" on the form — something like "I hate chinks. Who doesn't? The network that aired the show, NBC, apologized for the slur a few days later. She never seemed to hear Aoki's own point that a slur is still a slur, and that the reason Silverman settled on the one she did was because it was seen as permissible and more acceptable as the stuff of humor. Looking back at this particular sorry-not-sorry moment, and how little the conversation has progressed since , what really rankles is not just the implication that racism against Asians is less serious and less real.
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Crazy Rich Asians presents a whole new wave of stereotypes
Islamophobia is far more than merely 'dread or hatred of Muslims', or 'fear or dislike' of the faith and its followers. The woman posing the question was a Muslim, as was the young lady featured on the cover of my book , American Islamophobia: Understanding the Roots and Rise of Fear, manifesting a dissonance about how Muslim identity is perceived, and misperceived, beyond and even within Muslim American communities. The narrow racial framing of Muslim identity, deeply embedded in the American imagination and still potent today, not only converges with the rising tide of anti-Muslim animus we now understand and know as Islamophobia - but indeed, an integral part of it.
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