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Willow Smith speaks on ” undo culture “: “If we really want to change the shame does not lead to learning’
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Willow Smith believes that “undo culture” is perhaps unnecessary.
She made the remarks on his Facebook Watch Red conference Table, which she hosts with her mother Jada Pinkett Smith and grandmother Adrienne Banfield-Norris.
To say that the cancellation of the culture “, so widespread today, the Willow, 19, said: “I’m going to see people humiliate others, like saying horrible things.’
His point of view: Willow Smith feels that the cancellation of the culture, may be unnecessary, ” she said on the Red Table Talk
“Undo culture” refers to when people face to the social and professional life of disasters, often including the loss of their jobs because of social media, the outrage over a remark or an action that is considered by some to be offensive.
Willow says she has been witness to ‘humiliate people for what they are the choice of mean or humiliate people not to say anything at all” in the context of this phenomenon.
“But I think that if we really want change, the shame is not to lead to learning,’ argued the daughter of will Smith.
Willow, Jada and Adrienne were interviewing political activists Tamika Mallory and Angela Davis, who broadly agreed with the teen.
Family business: She made the remarks on her Facebook Shows that she hosts with her mother Jada Pinkett Smith (at the bottom) and the grand-mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris (top)
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Observation: by Saying that the cancellation of the culture “, so widespread today, the Willow, 19, said: “I’m going to see people humiliate others, like saying horrible things’