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Cultural Awareness & Diversity: Celebrating Differences
Transcript of Cultural Awareness & Diversity: Celebrating Differences
How can "Star Trek" changes peoples viewpoint about diversity?
What is cultural identity and the actions that often influence perceptions about a culture’s identity?
Explain what you already know about cultures other than your own?
Do you feel that your values, beliefs, and attitudes affect your self-image about cultures outside of your own?
What do you know about Cultural Identity and Perceptions?
Why do you feel you chose the answers that you selected on the survey?
Why do people tend to associate gender in regards to objects or terms?
National Asian-American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month
Conduct a video conference with a friend who is from the Samoan Islands
Students can ask him questions about his culture and some of the traditions that he and his family celebrate.
My friend could also demonstrate some of the activities commonly found in Samoan culture.
Diversity Research and Presentation
“If man is to survive, he will have learned to take a delight in the essential differences between men and between cultures. He will learn that differences in ideas and attitudes are a delight, part of life's exciting variety, not something to fear.”
- Gene Roddenberry
. The goal of this video is to generate discussion and reflect on why it was important for “Star Trek-Gene Roddenberry” to incorporate diversity in a television show during the 1960s when the Civil Rights movement was at its height.