READ: Master Narrative-1 (1).pptxActionsREAD: Blades, M. (2007, Sept 9). “Reinventing the ‘Master Narrative’ of America.” Daily Kos.https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2007/9/9/382746/- (Links to an external site.)READ: Zinn, H. (1999). Columbus, the Indians, and human progress (excerpt). A people’s history of the United States.https://www.historyisaweapon.com/defcon1/zinncol1.html (Links to an external site.)READ: Mitrani, S. (2014). The Police Were Created to Control Working Class and Poor People, Not ‘Serve and Protect’. In These Times.https://inthesetimes.com/working/entry/17505/police_and_poor_people (Links to an external site.)READ: Lithwick, D. (2015) Dying of Excitement. Slatehttps://slate.com/news-and-politics/2015/06/excited-delirium-deaths-in-police-custody-diagnosis-or-cover-up.html (Links to an external site.)LISTEN & READ-ALONG: Stelzer, A. (2015). Deadly force: Police shootings in Black and White. Making Contact. A. Stelzer. Oakland, CA, The National Radio Project.https://www.radioproject.org/2015/02/deadly-force-police-shootings-in-black-and-white/ (Links to an external site.)WATCH:WATCH: “Slavery by Another Name.” Films Media Group, 2012,https://www.pbs.org/tpt/slavery-by-another-name/watch/ (Links to an external site.)READ: Pelaez, V., The Prison Industry in the United States: Big Business or a New Form of Slavery? Global Researchhttps://www.globalresearch.ca/the-prison-industry-in-the-united-states-big-business-or-a-new-form-of-slavery/8289 (Links to an external site.)COMPLETE:Master Narrative WorksheetMaster Narrative Worksheet.docxActionsWeek Five Discussion BoardWeek Five Discussion : Master NarrativesNo unread replies.No replies.After viewing the film and reading the required materials answer the prompt below in no less than 300 words. Once you have posted your initial response to the question reply to a minimum of three of your classmates. Your replies should be a minimum of three complete sentences so you can interact with them in substantive manner, the purpose is to engage in discussion. Remember, you will not see your classmates posts until you have created your initial response.How does the film challenge the idea that slavery was abolished with the 13th Amendment? What master narratives regarding US history do you see at play here? How do you see the connections between prisons and slavery and oppression carrying forward into today, especially in regards to the master narratives at present? Or in other words, how do the “stories we tell ourselves” explain and justify the relationship between prisons, slavery and oppression.