Cultural appropriation can be so confusing. We all want to learn about and celebrate other cultures while making sure we don’t cross any lines or embrace stereotypes and caricatures. In this episode I answer the 5 most common questions that I get from you about cultural appropriation. We cover every
Publish Date: Oct 27, 2020
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Cultural appropriation can be so confusing. We all want to learn about and celebrate other cultures while making sure we don’t cross any lines or embrace stereotypes and caricatures. In this episode I answer the 5 most common questions that I get from you about cultural appropriation. We cover everything from authentic cultural artifacts to costumes. This episode will bring you the clarity you need to make sure you are appreciating and not appropriating. When I ask cultural insiders about appropriation I always get different answers, how do I navigate that? How do I avoid appropriating when it comes to children's costumes? When is it acceptable to wear authentic cultural artifacts? How can I support the Black economy without appropriating? What do I do if I realize that I've been purchasing appropriated items? First Name Basis Patreon Community First Name Basis Instagram Season 2 Episode 16, How to Avoid Cultural Appropriation Think Before You Appropriate So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo* Season 2 Episode 11, Cinco De Mayo Is NOT Mexican Independence Day Arizona’s ban on Mexican American studies was racist, U.S. court rules Arizona judge declares ban on ethnic studies unconstitutional Nothing Like I Imagined (Except for Sometimes) by Mindy Kailing How to dress your Pākehā child up as Maui or Moana without appropriating Pasifika culture Please don’t tell your kids they can’t dress as Moana this Halloween Opposition to my opinion on costumes: PSA: Don’t Let Your Kids Dress Up In These Costumes Why your white kid probably shouldn’t dress up as Moana for Halloween Traditional Cultural Clothing: Little Koto’s Closet by Emi Ito Appropriation of Indigenous Culture Podcast with Robin Wall Kimmer The Complicated History of the Moccasin 4 Ways to Honor Native Americans Without Appropriating Our Culture Alternatives to Freshly Picked Moccasins: LL Designs Wiwinu *affiliate link Song Credit: “Sleeper” by Steve Adams and “Dive Down” by VYEN