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Cultural Appropriation vs Cultural Appreciation

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on 6 October 2015

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Transcript of Cultural Appropriation vs Cultural Appreciation

1. What culture does this style reference, and what is my relation to that culture.
3. Who made the product, and who’s selling it?

Going Deeper..
It is a
power dynamic
in which members of a dominant culture take elements from a culture of people who have been systematically oppressed by that dominant group.





Assimilation:
when marginalized people adopt elements of the dominant culture in order to survive conditions that make life more of a struggle if they don’t.

Why is it Wrong?
Exploits

Marginlizes

Trivalizes

Cultural Appropriation
vs.
Cultural Appreciation

What is it?
How to Avoid Cultural Appropriation
In Five Easy to Remember Steps

2. Why are you wearing it, participating in it, etc?
How accurate/respectful is it to the source?
What is Cultural Exchange?
Shorter Tips to Check Yourself
Is it Appreciation or Appropriation?
Representative
Respectful
Right Intention



What is Cultural Exchange?

The Right Way
A cultural exchange can be an intentional act of bringing two or more people together to exchange information about their differing backgrounds to understand each other. It can happen as a part of an official program or it can happen informally
What We Can Do...
There needs to be some element of mutual understanding, equality, and respect for it to be a true exchange.
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