Exposing White Fragility and White Emotionalities in Hello Privilege. It’s Me, Chelsea
Keywords:media literacy, white fragility, white emotionalities, teacher education, white privilege
In a society steeped in media, teacher educators receive an education inside and outside the classroom. Thus, we aim to engage in critical race media literacy through an analysis of Hello Privilege. It’s Me, Chelsea. We do so through a frame of white fragility (DiAngelo, 2011) and white emotionalities (Matias, 2016). In this article, we argue that it is vital to disrupt and challenge notions of white supremacy and whiteness by highlighting examples of white fragility and white emotionalities in the media to make visible what often operates as invisible in society.
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