Cultural Appropriation - Virtual Dialogue
February 8, 6:30 pm - 8 pm FREE
Cultural appropriation refers to the act of taking elements of a culture that is not one's own, without permission or understanding of the original culture's meaning and significance. It can be seen as a form of exploitation and can be hurtful to members of the culture from which the elements were taken. Examples of cultural appropriation can include exploitation of another culture's religious and cultural traditions, art, dance steps, fashion, symbols, language, and music. Join us for a lively discussion on understanding cultural appropriation, the harm it can cause, and how to promote cultural sensitivity and respectful engagement with diverse cultures.
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