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Tear It Up

After learning that their wages will be less than originally agreed upon because of their skin color, the men decide to tear up their pay vouchers in protest.

Themes: Leadership, Pride, Dignity, Unity, Passion, Discrimination, Equality, Rebellion, Solidarity, Injustice, Resolve, Oppression, Conviction, Civil Disobedience, Demonstration, Challenging Authority, Fortitude, Fairness, Management, Prejudice

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Main Idea: When We Identify With Someone We Connect At The Heart

Scene Setup: As Colonel Shaw battles behind the scenes to end the mentality that Negro soldiers were second class soldiers, he gets a crushing bit of news. This news cannot be processed behind...

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  • ceedee (over 3 years ago)

    A show of true leadership. This happened many times in the civil rights era where whites took the first step in making a difference. Which was the first sign segregation was coming down. Where are we today, when discrimination is easily hid behind the cloak of business suits, positions of power, and on golf courses? Where are the true leaders willing to step up and stand out for the less fortunate?

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Their innocence. Their heritage. Their lives. Nothing would be spared in the fight for their freedom.

Based on the letters of Colonel Robert G. Shaw. Shaw was an officer in the Federal Army during the American Civil War who volunteered to lead the first company of black soldiers. Shaw was forced to deal with the prejudices of both the enemy (who had orders to kill commanding officers of blacks), and of his own fellow officers.

MPAA: Rated R for strong war violence and some language.

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Director: Edward Zwick
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