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Thoughts? l "Get Out” tackles the terrifying experiences of being Black in racist white America, and the inclusion of the Asian man reveals that, while Asians may not play a lead role in white supremacy, our willingness to participate in anti-blackness makes us a supporting character. The inclusion of the Asian character was a powerful message, but why did @jordanpeele add one? Why not five? ... the decision to cast one Asian guy mimicked the actual demographics of Asians in America. According to the Pew Research Center, Asian-Americans make up 5.8% of the country. Compared to Black Americans who stand at 13.3%, Asians are even more of a demographic minority. By adding one solitary Asian character, Peele highlights the fact that even though Asians are outnumbered by Black folks, we still take on the role as oppressors by standing on the side of white supremacy and anti-Blackness. The cocktail party scene was a brilliant way to demonstrate the racial microaggressions and dehumanization that Black folks experience... when the Asian man asked Chris, β€œIs the African-American experience an advantage or disadvantage?” he wasn’t just making small talk, he was wrestling with the decision of whether or not it would be better to trade bodies with Chris and experience anti-Blackness or stay the same and live life as an Asian man in America and experience xenophobia. The infamous bingo scene in β€œ GetOut” is a modern interpretation of slave auctions... historically, Asian-Americans also owned Black slaves. Though not as common as white slave masters, some Asian-Americans purchased Black slaves. Born in Thailand and forced to join the circus, conjoined twins Chang and Eng Bunker (known as the β€œOriginal Siamese twins”) eventually made enough money to gain naturalization and purchase a plantation with Black slaves. The wealth and socialite status of Chang and Eng propelled them to a position where they could purchase Black slaves and even marry white women. Asian participation in slavery goes back even further than the Bunker twins with some sources citing that Kublai Khan and leaders of the Yuan Dynasty also purchased Black slaves... 17thsoulja

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