What information have you seen about your culture, or a culture you identify with or are involved with, that is untrue or seems inaccurate? Describe this inaccurate information Tell us where you have seen it (provide the image, the link, etc) What problems does this inaccurate information create? For whom? Why? How? How does it make you feel, or how does it make people feel who are in this culture? What is the information people should really know? Think about your audience in answering this question. Remember that bell hooks said she made her work for women of color first and foremost. Not that she minded if others read her work, but her audience was primarily for people like her. Make your project for the people in your community. When doing your analysis make sure to tie this into two readings Create information that would address this inaccuracy. Create a PowerPoint, write a story, put together a collage, create a video, or write a blog that tells your own experience of this aspect of the culture you are dealing with. Example: In my culture (Swiss) some of us in rural areas used dogs to pull our carts when we would bring milk to the cheese factory. Increasingly people don’t do this anymore​‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‌‌‍​ (they use cars). In the US it has now become popular to buy the dogs (Swiss Mountain dogs, St Bernard’s, etc) we Swiss used to use for this work and buy “work

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