Here’s why Gabrielle Union’s exit from ‘America’s Got Talent’ sparked an investigation

Here’s why Gabrielle Union’s exit from ‘America’s Got Talent’ sparked an investigation

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◤ CULTURES ARE NOT COSTUMES ◥

◤  CULTURES ARE NOT COSTUMES ◥

Hey guys it’s Kat and before I get into this video I wanted to tell you about my store! I’ve got tote bags. Mugs and so much more I worked really hard to put this stuff together for you guys so don’t forget to check it out I’m always updating and there’s always going to […]

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Quakers, Racism, and the Blessed Community

Quakers, Racism, and the Blessed Community

In the blessed community, for me, it would include all the members of our human species. I see that as a goal for Quakerism. That is something that we strive for within the Religious Society of Friends. I’m Vanessa Julye. I live in West Mount Airy in Philadelphia and I work with Friends General Conference […]

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Angela Rye – Rebutting Trump on “Angela Rye’s State of the Union” | The Daily Show

Angela Rye – Rebutting Trump on “Angela Rye’s State of the Union” | The Daily Show

My guest tonight is a political commentator who served as the executive director and general counsel to the congressional black caucus. She is now an executive producer and host of three specials for BET. The first in the series, Angela Rye’s State of the Union, aired tonight. Please welcome Angela Rye. (cheering and applause) Welcome […]

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Slavoj Žižek on Refugees, Conservatism, and Cultural Incompatibility

Slavoj Žižek on Refugees, Conservatism, and Cultural Incompatibility

We who try to be decent people are bombarded by some kind of moral political pressure from two sides: First there is the worst one, of course, this anti-immigrant populous side like why should we even allow refugees in; it’s their fault; third world travel and so on, there are enough poor people here; they […]

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Race, Class, and Gender in To Kill a Mockingbird: Crash Course Literature 211

Race, Class, and Gender in To Kill a Mockingbird: Crash Course Literature 211

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course Literature, and today we continue our discussion of To Kill a Mockingbird. So the takeaway from last week’s video about Mockingbird was this: “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view–until you climb into his skin and walk around in […]

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Tangled Part 1: Cultural Appropriation and Racial Coding

Tangled Part 1: Cultural Appropriation and Racial Coding

Ah “Tangled.” Originally called “Rapunzel.” In a nutshell, after “The Princess and the Frog” didn’t do nearly as well as Disney had hoped it would they decided that the reason was because boys saw “princess” in the title, and they didn’t wanna see a movie with a princess name in it. So they went for […]

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Oxford Union security staff appear to manhandle blind student

Oxford Union security staff appear to manhandle blind student

If I do anything to [inaudible] nobody should blame me. Why is this? Where is it? Somebody just offered to offer me a space. You told the person that you’re not going to allow me to stay [inaudible]. [someone speaking off camera] You don’t need a card to get in the seat if you’re a […]

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Problematic with Moshe Kasher – The History of Cultural Appropriation Rap (featuring MC Serch)

Problematic with Moshe Kasher – The History of Cultural Appropriation Rap (featuring MC Serch)

– ♪ Yo I’m finna kick a verse ♪ ♪ That’s dope and amazing ♪ ♪ About the history of cultural appropriation ♪ ♪ But I could use assistance to make my case ♪ – Holy cow, it’s MC Serch from 3rd Bass. – ♪ Appropriation happens when oppressed culture ♪ ♪ Gets co-opted by […]

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7 Myths about Cultural Appropriation DEBUNKED! | Decoded | MTV News

7 Myths about Cultural Appropriation DEBUNKED! | Decoded | MTV News

– They say imitation is the highest form of flattery. But what happens when it’s not so flattering? (fast-paced electronic music) The more you learn about the world and the people in it, you quickly realize just how beautiful and diverse it is. So where’s the line between cultural exchange, appreciation, and appropriation? Why does […]

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