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2:16 How to Avoid Cultural Appropriation

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Celebrating the people around us and their unique cultures can be exciting and incredibly enriching! But where is that fine line between cultural appropriation and cultural appreciation? When we take elements of someone else's culture without permission or compensation we can unintentionally cause a
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Celebrating the people around us and their unique cultures can be exciting and incredibly enriching! But where is that fine line between cultural appropriation and cultural appreciation? When we take elements of someone else's culture without permission or compensation we can unintentionally cause a great deal of harm. In this episode we discuss four steps you can take to ensure that you are appreciating culture instead of appropriating it.  Consider the power dynamics at play  Remember that your impact is greater than your intent  Be sure that any money you spend is going directly into the pockets of people who are from the culture you are celebrating  Ask yourself: Do I understand the significance of this cultural artifact/food/art? Henry Ford English School    Article about Native American Boarding Schools: Death By Civilization    So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo   Me and White Supremacy by Layla Saad   Pencil Test: Black Hair-Bridging a ‘Code of Conduct’   Texas Teen Banned by High School From Attending Graduation After Refusing to Cut Dreadlocks    Song Credit: “Away” by Geographer and “Beach Disco” by Dougie Wood
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