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Seems like that most of them fail to notice that there are other problems beside the one between Jews and Blacks Since many are concerned with this issue it creates discrimination by excluding people of other colors For example in Near Enough to Reach Ms Pogrebin just left others out by saying Only Jews listen only Jews take Blacks seriously In regarding about the incident that happened in Crown Heights there is no monologue that clearly describes what happened because the interviewees always say something that makes the other side looks bad No one wants to take responsibility for what happened so the Jews and the Blacks keep on blaming each other It is like a soccer game with the ball being kicked around until it gets into the GOAL HOWEVER THE FANS WHICH REPRESENT EITHER THE JEWISH However the fans which represent either Jewish Black community will always support the team that they have always support the team that they have for Deavere Smith tries to create diversity but the interviews did not take into account of how other races feel toward the issues being discussed in the monologues There are others who have been through the same sufferings as Blacks and Jews did This play made me fall in love with Anna Deavere Smith Fires in the Mirror focuses on the real life 1991 racially charged riots in the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn New York The play explores the pain of prejudice in Jewish and Black American cultures in the format of several monologues given from varied perspective of members of the community Not shying away from the intense reality Deavere asks an important uestions regarding historic slavery prejudice and genocide One of the most powerful one woman shows I have ever read and one that I would insist anyone who has uestions about the everyday fear of being a minority should read as well Although this was definitely meant to be staged as opposed to read it s still worth discovering as a reader since subtleties of character are explored and in some cases explained or defended in relation to the writer s choices as based on the real people who are characters are based off of It does start off slowly Since the beginning of the book examine the context of the play and the deaths that set off the Crown Hill riots in the early 90s the reader is invested in those events The beginning of the play itself though after setting out the deaths takes a step back to discover Jewish and African American life in the area before moving forward to what the reader was expecting The choice makes sense in terms of power and in terms of the writer s goal but it does make for something of a slow down and I have to admit that I also felt the last pieces of the play were short in comparison That said I have a feeling the introductions have something to do with that they built up Smith s project and the play in such a way that I was expecting a lot whereas I might have been impressed with the play itself had I not read those introductions They are worthwhile and there s nothing to really be given away a might happen with another work s introduction but it s worth noting for readers who are heading into this Of course whether or not the play would be so powerful without some of that extra understanding well it s a catch 22 I supposeNevertheless I m glad to have found my way to the play and I d certainly recommend it to readers who are interested in the eventsrelations at the heart of it or interested in documentary type and interview based performance pieces ou can go into some really so called undeveloped nation and i don t care how low that person s humanity is whether they never had running water if they d never seen. 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