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A Japanese Tumblr User Responds Perfectly to Cyber Racism


In this clip from our show ‘Believe’, we discuss “World News.“

“A Japanese Tumblr User Responds Perfectly to Cyber Racism

• Cultural Appropriation is definitely “a thing,” something most of us are generally aware of, but it’s possible some of us are taking our political beliefs too far.

• It’s crucial, especially now with what’s been happening in this country, for us to know the difference between “appropriating” and “appreciating” different cultures.

• It’s time for us to view ourselves as ONE human race, rather than separate ourselves by nationality, religion or color, etc.

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  • Money Maverick

    Very nicely done! I like hearing about the good things that come out on social media. If you pay attention, there are plenty of opportunities to interact and learn from one another.

  • candidanderson

    I couldn’t agree more. I loved the remark about culture needing to be shared. Isn’t it amazing how a tumblr user shut down petty squabbling. All with class and dignity to boot.

  • Flap Jackson

    Vanessa, I agree that only individuals of the culture can be the ones to say if it’s a negative representation of that culture. Research is one of the greatest things we have access to, and now most of us have it at our fingertips. Read, share, learn. It’s the best we can do.

  • Money Maverick

    Yep, it’s one time that things didn’t turn ugly. I wish more people reacted that way.