...and i said to my body. softly.
i want to be your friend.’
it took a long breath, and replied
‘i have been waiting
my whole life for this.
― Nayyirah Waheed
Introduce students to the idea of Eurocentric Beauty Standards and to discuss the different ways of looking at beauty and inclusion. Students will engage in conversations to help them critically think about what they consider to be beautiful. Students will brainstorm on ways to move towards honestly defining beauty for themselves.
The assignments that have activities are in red.
4. Eurocentric Beauty
For this section there is no write or wrong response.
This section is just to help you reflect on what influences your ideas of beauty.