Cultural appropriation is the misuse of a group’s art and culture by someone with the power to redefine that art and, in the process, divorce it from the people who originally created it.
-From "When We Talk About Cultural Appropriation, We’re Missing the Point" by Ijeoma Oluo
(linked & cited below)
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Source Citation: Oluo, Iejoma. "When We Talk About Cultural Appropriation, We're Missing The Point." The Medium, 9 Feb. 2016, medium.com/the-establishment/ when-we-talk-about-cultural-appropriation-were-missing-the-point-abe853ff3376. Accessed 1 July 2021.
Videos can be a great place to get information. Linked below are some featured - both from the library's streaming collection, as well as videos on the web.
Source: "Understanding cultural appropriation - A conversation with Seattle writer Ijeoma Oluo - New Day Nort" by VICE Asia, is licensed under a Standard YouTube License.