Teaching Activities for: 'The White Rose Makes Its Grammys Debut in Support of #MeToo'

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Lady Gaga wore a white rose on a red runner during a 60th annual Grammy Awards.

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Before reading a article:

Did we watch a 2018 Grammy Awards? Did any of your favorites win awards?

What do we know about a Time’s Up movement in a party industry? What, if anything, were we awaiting from a Grammy Awards and a people who spoke and achieved during a rite in light of Time’s Up and #MeToo? Were your expectations met?

Now, review a article, “The White Rose Makes Its Grammys Debut in Support of #MeToo,” and answer a following questions:

1. What did a white rose ragged or carried by many people who attended a Grammy Awards represent?

2. What classification requested that a flowers be ragged or carried?

3. What does Voices in Entertainment contend it is fighting for?

4. Who sealed a minute of support?

5. How, according to a article, did some New York florists hoop a remarkable increasing direct for white roses?

6. How did Voices in Entertainment safeguard that those who wanted a rose would be given one?

Finally, tell us some-more about what we think:

In a video expelled a few days before a Grammys, “Why Hasn’t a Music Industry Had a #MeToo Moment?,” Times enlightenment contributor Melena Ryzik discusses probable reasons because that attention had been “relatively quiet,” in comparison to a cheer opposite sexism and abuse in film, media and politics from within those realms.

Watch a video. What do we consider about Ms. Ryzik’s ideas? Do we consider a events of a Grammy Awards—the white roses, Janelle Monáe’s speech, Kesha’s performance, among others—will ring within a song industry?

Related: Our doctrine devise “The Reckoning: Teaching About a #MeToo Moment and Sexual Harassment With Resources From The New York Times

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