Cultural appropriation

Another great feature from Teen Vogue!

I don't understand why she feels disrespected when she sees people wearing feathers, you do realize that people can wear what they want?

Ya know, I don't believe I see in the pic where her DNA is mapped out. Who says she doesn't have Japanese in her culture? Who says she doesn't live in Japan? Or that she is not mixed race? Or perhaps her family is part of an exchange program and she had learnt part of another's culture? Judgmental pricks jumping to conclusion from an image that does not provide enough info to support said conclusion.

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I am so sick of culture appropriation! The only time it is racist is when you are making fun of the culture. Enjoying the cultures of others creates love and harmony, while attacking the innocent based on the color of their skin is racist.

THANK YOU. I hate seeing people where hairstyle or piece of clothing that has no real cultural or religious significance and people being like "NO HOW DARE YOU THATS CULTURAL APPROPRIATION" when it isn't.

If only people respected pagan and Wiccan religions as much as they respect Christianity. I'd never wear a cross, but everyone rocks goddess symbols.

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vivelafat: “ sleepyassassin: “ haytham-senpai: “ ikenbot: “ cultural appropriation 101 ” Seriously guys, wearing a war bonnet without having to suffer blood, sweat and tears for it is so disrespectful to all the servicemen who have sacrificed.

// Reena's Flowchart of Cultural Appropriation

Reena's Flowchart of Cultural Appropriation freshfeminism: “ ” I love you, Reena

FEATURE: @arthoecollective talks “Lemonade”, black artists reclaiming appropriated music genres, and share their favorite art works from this week.  http://www.afropunk.com/profiles/blogs/feature-art-hoe-collective-talks-lemonade-and-black-artists "In this album […] she reclaims these genres that have been so heavily whitewashed and scrubbed of their African American roots." picture credit: @Nitimueth

FEATURE: Art Hoe Collective talks “Lemonade” and black artists reclaiming appropriated music genres - AFROPUNK

Bring It On taught us about cultural appropriation

Bring It On taught us about cultural appropriation

Bring It On taught us about cultural appropriation I always loved the movies BUT I've always appreciated people of other ethnicities and thinking abut it this way I will NEVER watch a bring it on movie again

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