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AAD 520, Unit 11: Social Justice II: The Arts & Concepts of Race & Ethnicity

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Transcript of AAD 520, Unit 11: Social Justice II: The Arts & Concepts of Race & Ethnicity

Unit 11:
Social Justice II: The Arts & Concepts of Race & Ethnicity
Arts and Race
VISIT: http://www.jacobspillow.org
James Luna & Guillermo Gómez-Peña
What are your reactions to the artist´s work?
Does the content resonate with you and/or surprise you? How so?
What sorts of issues does the artist address head-on?
How do you think you would have reacted encountering a live human being on display in an exhibition in this or a related way?
What are your reactions to the artists´work? Does their content resonate with you and/or surprise you? How so?
What sorts of issues do the artists’ address head-on?
What racism or discrimination related issues exist within your current home community, or ones in which you would like to live and work?
Art and Ethnicity
“Ethnicity or ethnic group is a socially defined category based on common cultural heritage, shared ancestry, history, homeland, language or dialect, and possibly other aspects such as religion, mythology and ritual, cuisine, dressing style, physical appearance, etc.”
VISIT: http://www.jamesluna.com/
“Yellow Fever: the Internment”
“Genocide Trail: a holocaust un-spoken”
Conciliation: the process of winning over from a state of hostility or to gain the goodwill of. The building of bridges to connect two points that are distant, and/or disconnected from one another.
WATCH:
http://www.theconciliationproject.org/
VISIT: Take a few minutes and review the ICP’s website at:
Why is what they do so special?
How do those in the video describe what TCP does?
How does their process create a vital impact in their community.
Which of their plays might you be interested seeing?
Arts and
Equity

Have you ever seen or experiences arts and equity together?
What sorts of things did you see, read, listen to, etc.
http://www.artatwork.us/portland_index.php
WATCH: Portland Works December 2011 Art At Work


VISIT:
Better Processes and Practices
http://www.urbanbushwomen.org/
VISIT:
http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=urban+bush+women+dance&aq=1
Visit the Urban Bush Women’s YouTube Channel:
What stands out to you as compelling and/or interesting about UBW’s work?
What did you learn in this short review that you did not know about before?
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