A Dry White Season

Title: A Dry White Season
Category: /Entertainment/Movies & Film
Details: Words: 733 | Pages: 3 (approximately 235 words/page)
A Dry White Season
A Dry White Season According to the New Webster's Dictionary of the English Language, the word naïve means, having or displaying a simple or trusting nature; lacking experience; lacking careful judgement or analysis; unsophisticated; credulous. In modern times the word is stereotypically used to refer to adolescence who think and feel that they know everything there is to know, yet lack the experiences to support their ideas. However in the film A Dry White …showed first 75 words of 733 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 733 total…all that the world has to offer. It is not until we step out of the cave that we realize all the wonderful things we have been missing out on. In this case knowing that Africans are being treated unfairly in South Africa is not necessarily a wonderful thing to know, but at least an individual is no longer blinded by his/her unfamiliarity, and can not hurt the cause any further by remaining stagnant.

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