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We Are All Equal Story Time
This is a one-time class follows the story of "The World Needs More Purple People". This story is about bringing families together, equality among communities, and speaking for whats right.
Morgan Bender, M.A.
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"The World Needs More Purple People" by Benjamin Hart and Kristen Bell is an age appropriate book teaching love and confidence within oneself and ones surroundings. Class will begin with introductions followed by reading the book aloud. Please note that buying the book is not mandatory as I will be showing the illustrations as we read. After reading the book aloud, the students will be able to ask questions and discuss their views on the importance of being a "purple person".
The goal of this class is to encourage the students about the importance of equality and standing up for what they believe in.
As an undergraduate student majoring in Sociology and Anthropology at Agnes Scott College, I had the privilege of working with refugee populations. I studied the Afghan refugee assimilation challenges and interviewed Burmese refugees on their trials and tribulations of fleeing their home country. I presented both of these research projects at the Southeastern Undergraduate Sociology Symposium (SEUSS) in order to shed light on the difficulties of moving to the United States. Additionally, I have had the pleasure of traveling to nearly 15 countries. I studied abroad in Istanbul, Turkey where we discussed the intense gentrification of the country as well as take field trips to those who have been displaced by new construction. The most important lesson I have learned, no matter where I go, is that it is often the people who are ostracized for some reason or another that are the most willing to help. It is for these reasons that I find talking about different cultures and viewpoints to be an important aspect of learning and growing as a person.
There will be no homework for this class.
Optional: "The World Needs More Purple People" by Benjamin Hart and Kristen Bell
20 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Morgan Bender, M.A.Professional Archaeologist
43 total reviews
33 completed classes
Hello! A little about me, I have my BA in Anthropology/ Sociology in a minor in Classical History/ Language (i.e.: Ancient Greek Language, Greek and Roman History). I also have my Masters in Anthropology, emphasis in Archaeology. For my thesis,...