Jul 3, 2021
On our last episode, we started discussing the difference between cultural appropriation and appreciation. As you can imagine, it was a very long conversation, so long that we had to split it into two episodes. Here is Part Two.
00:00:30 Asians Being Drawn to Black Culture
00:03:26 Pop Culture Comes from Black Culture
00:04:14 A Universal Message: Personally Relating to Black Culture
00:10:46 Appreciating Black Culture vs. Placation/Guilt
00:16:56 Appropriating Your Own Culture?
00:28:12 Have You Ever Felt Not Black/African/Asian/Vietnamese/American Enough?
00:39:00 Division in the Asian Community (Specifically the Vietnamese Community) Leading to Different Views on Black Culture
00:45:41 How Can You Avoid Appropriation?
00:48:00 Don’t Be A Weeboo
00:50:48 Avoiding Saviorism When Appreciating: Cultural Colonization
https://external-preview.redd.it/ilZTLcatBn8sT_wDAWW9JyOXHKw7ygwDM7lOBpo_SAY.jpg?auto=webp&s=8cda21af12b169c51187dca8dba3417ee4762f6a The Evolution of African American Music
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minstrel_show History of Minstrel Shows/Vaudeville
https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/gracesu/im-an-asian-american-actor-but-i-cant-do-the-accent I’m An Asian American Actor But I Can’t Do The Accent
https://www.netflix.com/title/80199128 Kim’s Convenience
https://www.npr.org/2021/05/25/999874296/6-charts-that-dismantle-the-trope-of-asian-americans-as-a-model-minority 6 Charts That Dismantle the Asian Model Minority Myth
https://www.urban.org/urban-wire/model-minority-myth-hides-economic-realities-many-asian-americans Model Minority Myth Hiding Disparity Amongst the Asian Community
https://www.dictionary.com/e/slang/weeaboo/ Definition of Weeaboo