Gender inequality in the United StatesPregnancy discrimination in the United Statesand Gender pay gap in the United States Gender discrimination is another form of discrimination. Women are often seen as an expense to their employers because they take days off for children, need time off for maternity leave and are stereotyped as "more emotional".
Directed by Alfred Weidenmann. Alarm in the Circus Alarm im Zirkus- two boys from West Berlin are too poor for higher education and they are both desperate to purchase real boxing gloves. A gangster offers to pay them if they would assist him to steal valuable horses from a circus in East Berlin.
Directed by Gerhard Klein. Captain Wronski Rittmeister Wronski- an indebted Polish cavalry captain works undercover in s Berlin to discover Nazi Germany 's plans against his homeland by seducing secretaries at the Ministry of the Reichswehr.
Based on the life of Jerzy Sosnowski and directed by Ulrich Erfurth. Juli- about the failed July 20 Plot to kill Adolf Hitler by a bomb placed at Wolf's Lair by Claus von Stauffenbergwhich led to the execution of several resistance group members at the Berlin Bendlerblock. Directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst.
The Plot to Assassinate Hitler Der Juli- feature film on the failed July 20, attempt at assassinating Adolf Hitler. The film has a realism that comes close to the style of a documentary. Directed by Falk Harnack. The Three from the Filling Station Die drei von der Tankstelle- three friends are broke, so they sell their car and open a filling station in Berlin.
Then they all fall in love with the same girl. Directed by Hans Wolff. Hotel Adlon- episodic movie about the exclusive and world-famous Hotel AdlonUnter den Lindenbefore World War IIits illustrious and glamorous guests and the working staff.
Die Ratten- based upon the play The Rats by Gerhart Hauptmann and telling the story of a destitute Polish woman in Berlin who sells her illegitimate baby for a few hundred Deutsche Mark to a childless forwarder's wife.
Directed by Robert Siodmak. Des Teufels General- a Luftwaffe General, who is critical of the Third Reich in Berlin, is slowly suspect of what may be treason. The play was based on the true story of Wilhelm Voigt. Teenage Wolfpack Die Halbstarken- a portrait of rebellious young people in Berlin during the s.
Directed by Georg Tressler. The film is a love story about a seventeen-year-old East German saleswoman and an unemployed auto mechanic from West Berlin. Directed by Horst Reinecke. Directed by Kurt Maetzig. Directed by Veit Harlan.
Lissy- a poor girl from a working-class family in Berlin-Wedding marries a successful Nazi. But her social advancement gets along with the loss of old friends. Directed by Konrad Wolf. Directed by Hans Heinrich. Directed by Ernesto Remani.
Sheriff Teddy- a boy has to move with his family from West Berlin to East Berlinbut has problems to assimilate. His new friend helps him not to become a delinquent minor.
Directed by Heiner Carow. Directed by Wolfgang Liebeneiner. Banktresor- during the Wirtschaftswunder two unsuccessful and unequal brothers plan a bank robbery in Berlin by digging a tunnel.
Directed by Werner Klingler.As the situation in Ferguson, Mo., demonstrated, black and white Americans have vastly different views about the discrimination faced by African Americans in . Nothing But A Man () -- In this landmark independent film by Michael Roemer, Duff (Ivan Dixon), a struggling black railroad worker meets Josie (Lincoln), a shy, refined preacher's daughter.
Nothing But a Man (), a film by Michael Roemer -Theiapolis Directed by Michael Roemer, and written by Michael Roemer and Robert M. Young, «Nothing But a Man» is a Drama film, released in the USA on September 19 of /10().
VIDEO, through powerful confrontation, gives us perspective from both sides of the ongoing struggle in the United States over race relations. When a woman’s racist remarks toward a homeless black man are captured on video by two teenage black girls, all three women are confronted with their own racial biases about each other and .
In the United States, indigenous groups lost property, political rights, aspects of their culture, and often their lives. The effects of past _____ are reflected today in the number of Native Americans who live on government reservations.
Struggling to support his family in Mexico, Roberto, a young Mexican man, illegally crosses the border to the United States in search of work.
Exploited by his American employers, Roberto labors in harsh conditions for insufficient wages and fails to make enough money for his family.