Deconstructing Cancel Culture
From HuffPost
00:00 - 03:11
3m 11s

This clip explores cancel culture and its meaning from multiple perspectives.


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  • David Zeoli
    almost 3 years ago
    This clip does NOT explore cancel culture from "multiple perspectives. It defines it as "consequences" in the first edit - this defines all "cancelling" as justified social correction (coercion). For a teacher to use this alone would be the worst that agenda-setting and framing have to offer. Educators can do better than this . . .

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