[Unlocked] Via Hegemonic Power Structures
you will use a creative avenue to counter majoritarian stories (Solórzano & Yosso, 2002) of education. Evidence of critical thinking and reflecting on ones understanding of their identity or the intersecting of identities one holds in comparison to how society identifies you is necessary. It is a counterstory that reaffirms your identity to resist how society defines you. It may be helpful to utilize terms/language learned in class to support your new way of understanding your identity. Think of this as an opportunity to tell your story, and make sure to identify and reflect on the various hegemonic power structures (Patriarchy, Hetero-Sexism, Classism, Racism, etc.) that impose these false/imagined identities onto you. For example, stereotypes that were imposed on you via hegemonic power structures. References Solórzano, D. G., & Yosso, T. J. (2002). Critical race methodology: Counter-storytelling as an analytical framework for education research. (1), 23-44.
You are required be creative in visually or poetically presenting on what they wrote about in their educational narrative in a digital poster format ( I attached my narrative below, you need to create a digital poster follow by my narrative). These presentations will be conducted as if student were presenting their digital poster in a conference. Think about it this way, “How can a visually share what I wrote about in my narrative?”. Also I need you to write under every picture that you have on the digital poster.