In this movie "Babe" there are a lot of racism and .
prejudice where people are judged by there looks, color of .
skin, how they talk, eat, background of family, and there age. .
I'm going to be talking about the parts I saw racism and .
The dog fly which became Babes mom, first thought that .
all pigs were stupid and thought they were only to be eaten. .
Fly also thought sheep's were stupid. Fly thought sheep's .
needed masters to lead them. But the sheep's thought dogs .
were stupid wolves. At the end Fly figures out that sheep's .
aren't stupid after all, and the sheep's finds out the same for .
Fly and Rex. .
The duck that thought himself as a rooster picked Babe .
the pig that was gullible to go in the boss's house and get the .
alarm clock. The pig does to become the ducks friend. But .
when things messed up, the duck turns his back on Babe.
The sheep were afraid of the dogs, Fly and Rex because .
they thought they were wolves and they had sharp teeth. So .
the sheep's did whatever the dogs commanded them to do. But .
when Fly, Babes, mom tell Babe to give it a try and command .
them the sheep's laughs at Babe because they think that pigs .
are stupid and thought they were just like the dogs and that .
they were not harmful. At the end the sheep's realizes that .
Babe isn't bad and a really smart nice pig, and Fly and Rex .
were not bad after all either. .
The things that I have talked about shows Racism and .
Prejudice. These kinds of things are how people judge another. .
But you should always get to know them better before you .
judge the person. Just like the moral, Don't judge a book by .
its cover. .
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