DTM

DTM

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  • New Girl in School
  • Whereabouts are you from!?
  • Heard that's a dangerous area?!
  • Oh Reallyyyy
  • South Auckland
  • Afterschool Scene
  • SOUTH AUCKLAND
  • - Pop ups of Social Media comments/Media Headlines on society especially around 'South Auckland' the typical stereotypes!!- Add Images & Real life Examples of this current situation - Pop Ups on a Laptop once opened
  • "We have young individuals who have been poisoned by all of the stereotypes associated with being a South Sider."
  • Is that really a big surprise?!>awks<
  • -The New Girl tries to make friends but something has already caught there attention by where she 'comes from'- For some reason its becomes instant for people to associate South Auckland with being brown and with being bad people - Addressing Unconscious Bias
  • Car Scene
  • “I wouldn't think you come from South Auckland just by the way you talk.”
  • Pop ups of Social Media comments/Media Headlines on society especially around 'South Auckland' the typical stereotypes!!- Add Images & Real life Examples of this current situation - Does her own research on her hometown
  • Wrap it Up!
  • "The real South Auckland is the joyful faces of fighters who continue to battle, not the lethargic pictures you see on the television. We are lovely, bilingual, and fortunate.”
  • - New girl walks down the locker hallway and receives non stop stares from the students at school- Students holding tight to there personal belongings as she walks past
  • - Address how people are shocked because of the way YOU speak now?!!- Again the Unconscious Bias gets the best of them as they have this mindset on South Auckland and how you will act but you are different.
  • "Oh i'm just speaking normally like you do?"
  • One should not judge something's worth or value just on the basis of its look. To help eliminate biases, surround yourself with positive words and images about persons you might have negative stereotypical notions about. But be careful not to fall into the trap of embracing stereotypes that, despite their more positive tone, are just as restrictive and restricting for their subjects.
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