Design 1

Updated: 10/16/2021
Design 1

Storyboard Text

  • Emotions
  • Bad
  • This makes me feel...
  • Create
  • Frustrated
  • This is unfair
  • Sad
  • Conclusion
  • (It is )unfair to be judged based on other people
  • (and it is )tiring to have to face this in a school setting where we should feel like we belong.
  • (It is)unfair to be stereotyped
  • It is UNFAIR!
  • Final Scene
  • Be the Bigger Person who asks and doesn't assume.
  • CreditsMunyankole stereotype- British-Kenyan stereotypeIndian stereotype-......
  • Fade Transition
  • Last Scene
  • British-KenyanWho am I?
  • Music: Dramatic with sad violinsDiscusses: The emotions Year 6-9 girls feel when they are stereotypes or hear stereotypes related to their cultureAudio: Each member that was interviewed saying their emotions then I come in with the explanation previously retrieved from them
  • Stereotype 2
  • ?
  • Images of person and family*audio
  • (This is why as we go about or school lives in AKAM) we need to ask people (if we have questions about their) culture and learn while bonding over our differences.
  • *Words in brackets are a part of the audio and not included in the animated textMusic: Faint background instrumental classicalDiscusses: the conclusion by telling AKAM members that they shouldn't stereotype because it is unfair on the other end.Audio: A voice over of me
  • Stereotype 3
  • Tanzanian Flag
  • TANZANIAN POVERTY
  • Boma huts in the village
  • Political Favorites?The Munyankole(A Ugandan Tribe)
  • Music: Inspirational/call-to-actionDiscusses: Final take-away from the video and rolling credits(rolling credits has orchestral music)
  • Stereotype 4
  • Image of Munyankole women in traditional outfits- Mentions Jordanna being from that tribe
  • Image 3
  • Length: 20 sec. Music: 'Girls and Boy' by blur (British song)Audio w/ biography: Explains the struggles of being a third culture kidSubtitles:'Third Culture Kid= Definition'.People assume she is European and not African because of...you guessed it, her skin color.
  • Image of person with a question mark
  • Title
  • Image 4
  • Image of british person
  • Image 5
  • Image of Kenyan person with X
  • Short Bio. + 2 images
  • True
  • Length: 30 seconds.Discusses: Don't focus on the worst parts of a place and identify that place by it. Poverty is something that affects the whole world, not just Africa yet it is most advertised for being in Africa and in this place, Tanzania. Music: Traditional tanzanian musicSubtitles: "don't focus on the worst parts of a place" "poverty is EVERYWHERE"
  • and
  • Length: 30 secondsDiscusses: Museveni, Uganda's long reigning president, is thought to favoritize the Munyankole tribe where he originally comes from from so people from that tribe are often mistreated. This stereotype is false, being nothing but bitter politics targeting different groups.Music: Munyankole singingSubtitles: 'MUSEVENI is a part of the MUNYANKOLE TRIBE' 'Bitter people targeting groups for things individuals have done'
  • Image of Museveni with a yellow t-shirt giving a thumbs up
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