If you’ve walked through Deglman lobby recently, you’ve seen photos from CU Boulder’s Campaign:
Students have been having a written conversation in the lobby about their thoughts on this campaign:
What are your thoughts??
Formation Group Leader Natalie sent an e-mail with this link and some comments. It addresses this idea from another angle:
This article beautifies the strides our country is taking in the movement of accepting people of all kinds. No one, young or old, male or female, should be limited in their costume choice just because of their race or religion. Who ever said Captain America couldn’t be a Sikh with a turban and a beard?
From these two campaigns/articles, we see that Halloween has the capacity to bring up a lot of statements, hurt, sensitivities, triumphs, beliefs, et cetera.
How can you use Halloween as an opportunity challenge stereotypes instead of play into them? How can we become CREATIVE instead of DESTRUCTIVE? What are your thoughts about dressing up for Halloween? Is this a big deal?