Critical Multicultural studies work is intense, and we can easily get bogged down with despair as we are working through heavy material. Creative healing work that involves our imaginations is an essential part of the mourning process that happens when we are coming to terms with systems of structural oppression and its impact on our lives.
In this assignment, you will use the BEAUTIFUL TROUBLE (Links to an external site.) archive to research creative resistance in one area of the ranking system. You will find one protest strategy that captures your imagination and inspires you, and reflect on it here.
To begin, go to the beautiful trouble toolbox and click on “stories” take a look at the different stories that appear in green boxes below the map and choose one that inspires you. Once you have found a story, write a reflection here where you summarize the case for other students(gender targeted story), discuss how this story is related to at least one of our course materials, and discuss your own personal experience with creative nonviolent resistance. Your discussion should include information that you learned from the group discussion assignment(gender targeted story)
- -Please add page number with exact quote from the book( beyond inclusion, beyond empowerment: A developmental strategy to liberate everyone– 2014, ISBN 978-0-9766112-0-2)
Â· she’s Beautiful when She’s Angry: documentary
Â· Why not home? The surprising birth choices of doctors and nurses: documentary
Â· Beautiful Trouble(please choose gender related story from this link): https://www.beautifultrouble.org/toolbox/#/story