NCCJ Addresses Cultural Appropriation In EdWeek

NCCJ Addresses Cultural Appropriation In EdWeek

Feb 22, 2017

With a multitude of media influences and unknown personal biases in play, many students and adults are unaware of issues surrounding culturalappropriation—including what it even is—and how their choices can impact social environments and the community around them. Recently, Marketing & E-Communications Specialist Jason Papallo and Youth Programs Director M'Liss DeWald at National Conference for Community Justice provide definitions, conversation starters, and resources with Education Week. 

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