Generalizations that do not illustrate that you’ve done the readings and watched the video will not get credit.

DISCUSSION POST: Connect the powerpoint attached on hegemony to the video “Rewriting racist headlines.” (https://www.newyorker.com/video/watch/rewriting-racist-headlines) What hegemonic assumptions and ideologies about race are seen in the examples shown in New York Times? (You should pause the video to look more closely at the headlines and text.) Do you think this is conscious or subconscious on the part of reporters and editors? Scan headlines from this week’s news (or a recent news story from the past month) and share one example of a headline you feel has implicit racial, class or gender bias, explaining why you feel it is biased and how you would reword or reframe the topic, change the photo, etc. if you were writing the article. Posts should be 3-4 paragraphs (300-500 words) and answer each part of the question. Please support your answers with evidence from the powerpoint and video, providing concrete details. Generalizations that do not illustrate that you’ve done the readings and watched the video will not get credit.