Education 251 Nest and cages Week 03b Nests and Cages – From EDUC 251 33 (Links to an external site.) EDUC 251 03A Birdcage.pdf https://docs.goog

Week 03b Nests and Cages –


From EDUC 251

33

(Links to an external site.)

EDUC 251 03A Birdcage.pdf

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/14_BbUUKyWO6XwT39uVOrUhICYDOrOgZmgPYZoEIaCOA/edit#slide=id.gd6972538_4_14

A SEED framework that we use to understand the potential and the challenges of identity-based work is Nests and Cages. What would it mean for our identities to each feel like an essential part of us that enables us to be, belong, and become our whole self and to be well? Why is that at times our identities can turn us into being targeted and othered, outed, and oppressed? You can see the attached handout for the following activity, or you can draw or visualize your own nest and cage.

Take two minutes to reflect and journal about what have been the messages you have received and actions directed at your or even that you have taken up yourself that have made gender feel like a cage for you? That is, they make you feel less than, like an “other” or “outsider,” or oppressed.

Then take two more minutes to reflect and journal about what have been the messages you have received and actions directed at you or even that you have taken up yourself that have made gender feel like a nest for you? That is, they make you feel whole, well, like you can be, belong, and become who you are seeking to be.

Post either or both of your responses in the discussion board below. Read and respectfully respond to others.

References

Frye, M. (1983). The Politics of Reality (pp. 1-16). Freedom, CA: Crossing Press.

EDUC 251 03A Birdcage.pdf

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