Examine the code words and phrases used to describe LGBTQA communities.
An author, a professor and a filmmaker discuss their unique takes on gentrification.
Examine the current function and long history of American’s use of “code words”.
What’s the intent behind a simple question like, “What are you?”
What does it mean to be a “feminist” today? Explore from three unique perspectives.
What does it mean to appreciate vs. appropriate culture? Explore unique perspectives.
Explore the assumptions and misgivings of pejorative phrases like “Welfare queen.”
A filmmaker, a comedian and a musician explore the use of the term “white pride.”
Explore the use of this term “Model Minority” to describe Asian American communities.
A professor, a comedian, and an artist break down their interpretation “race card."
About What I Hear When You Say
What I Hear When You Say is a video series that explores how words can both unite and divide us depending on our own perspective, experience, and interpretation. Each episode covers a different phrase or term that challenges what we think we know about race, class, gender, and identity.
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