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Black Lives in Global Contexts: Cultural Appropriation
In this session, Shy Mitchell (NYU ’20, Global Liberal Studies with concentration in Critical Creative Production), Michella Germain (NYU '20, Psychology with minor in Social and Cultural Analysis), and Kaylah Haye (Boston University '20, Graphic Design with minor in Printmaking) will discuss the intersection of Black lives and K-pop, with particular attention to the roles race, activism, and cultural appropriation play in mediating relationships between the two. Jeannine Chandler (Liberal Studies, NYU) will moderate the discussion, the fifth in a series that considers what forces shape Black lives as they are lived around the globe. Taking as its premise the notion that all aspects of Black lives matter, the series features Liberal Studies faculty, students, alumni, and guests in discussion about how migration, erasure, racial capitalism, cultural appropriation, and other manifestations of globalism impact the lives of people of African descent the world over. The Black Lives in Global Contexts series is co-sponsored by the Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation.

Feb 19, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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