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Films, shows, videos, imagery representing success and failure in American culture?

Depictions of success and failure in American culture? Films, videos, commercials, shows, songs, and other (non-literary) media requested. [more inside]
posted by cymru_j on Jan 3, 2013 - 24 answers

Southern U.S. use of "Miss [FirstName]" -- racial or class connotations?

Southern Naming Conventions: Is there a race or class component to the Southern U.S. use of "Miss [FirstName]" (when used by adults to refer to other adults)? Which groups use this, when, and what does it connote when employed between/among races or social classes? [more inside]
posted by jjjjjjjijjjjjjj on Sep 11, 2012 - 50 answers

Help me take care of these kids when I feel ambivalent and lack resources and experience!

How can I amuse these variously-aged children who like to test boundaries? How should I handle things when I basically can't discipline them? How can I get in the right headspace to do this? [more inside]
posted by Frowner on Sep 1, 2011 - 11 answers

How should I respond to a classmate who makes racially and socioeconomically charged comments?

How should I respond to a classmate who makes racially and socioeconomically charged comments? [more inside]
posted by ladypants on Dec 2, 2010 - 33 answers

How would you handle this situation?

I volunteer in a teacher's class; he says and does some things that I think are counterproductive to what I'm trying to do there. Some of these things seem racially tinged and others are more just irritating. How should I handle it? [more inside]
posted by Ashley801 on Apr 22, 2010 - 16 answers

You've got to be carefully taught

A friend is teaching a "Multicultural Education and Identity" class in a high-school setting, and asked me for advice, so I'm asking you, hive. I would like a broad spectrum of anti-discrimination educational resources and materials, for ages 12-adult. Interested particularly in racism, classism, able-ism, and privilege. [more inside]
posted by pseudostrabismus on Sep 4, 2009 - 11 answers

What else is in this invisible backpack?

I'm a straight, white, upper middle class male. I'm aware that this automatically means I generally have an easier time than people with a different sexuality/race/class/gender. That said, I'm probably unaware of what these benefits are. What does this 'privileged' status do for me that I don't even notice? [more inside]
posted by twirlypen on May 29, 2008 - 80 answers

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