Privilege often hides in plain sight. From the names of pencil crayon colours, to the colour of bandages or makeup, privilege is everywhere.
A great way to build understanding and promote tolerance is to breakdown misunderstandings.
Stereotypes (an oversimplified, widely held fixed image or idea of a particular type/group of person or thing) can be both positive and negative. In this assignment, students will look for examples of racial stereotypes in mass media (TV, film or advertising) to breakdown the impacts these stereotypes.