Here's Dalya's presentation plus her power point! Please feel free to contact me with any questions; also please let me know if you watch the entire presentation. I'd like to send you a certificate of recognition!
Our friend Professor Solomon Comissiong challenged, enlightened and illuminated us with his depth of knowledge about Hip Hop, African and African American studies, the commercialization and commidification of the media, and how all of the above has impacted our knowledge of world events. If you were not able to make his lecture on Wednesday, please check out this link (or watch the Tegrity recording below):
We'll be in 26-101 from 3-5 pm! See you there!
Cultural Appropriation Workshop With Dalya Perez, April 17 Luau parties, “Vogue-ing”, dreadlocks, Asian tattoos, feathers….
Cultural appropriation happens all around us every day…but what is its impact on communities whose culture has been “borrowed” or misrepresented? Come join presenter Dalya Perez in this engaging and interactive workshop for faculty and staff.
This is highly recommended for professionals who engage in cultural programming, for individuals who desire to respectfully reflect a multicultural viewpoint in their office environments, and for faculty teaching about diversity, culture, or about an identity group other than their own.
Tuesday, April 17, 3-5 pm
Contact me for more details!
Office of Diversity and Equity
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