Register Now for “Forming Cultural Lineages: Appropriation v. Inclusion,” June 17

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Forming Cultural Lineages: Appropriation v. Inclusion
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Forming Cultural Lineages: Appropriation v. Inclusion

The first of the Philadelphia Folklore Project’s four-part series on cultural appropriation will take place June 17 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM EDT. This panel will cover concerns on becoming integrated within a culture. How should we approach a culture that is not our own? When do we feel like we have a right to teach within that culture? How do we create, maintain, and honor cultural lineages?

Panelists include Madhusmita Bora, Kenneth “Skip” Burney, Rebecca Ka’awela Manandic, and Susan Hoffman-Watts. Read more about the panelists here.

You can tune into the panel via Facebook Live here:

Alternatively, you can Register to watch the panel via Zoom and/or if you would like to participate in the small group workshops immediately following the panel discussions.

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