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A Sense of Belongingness

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Within The entertainment industry as well as film and television,  it took a while before I found someone that represented me.. 
Therefore, I didn't feel that I was belonging, that I was accepted. 

I am currently writing a thesis on the "Representation of Black culture in films and Sense of belongingness".
I would like to receive your help and opinion on that matter during 10 minutes
As I am looking for Black women and men aged between 18-35 years old to fill this anonymous survey.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfI1Ipm6A7cWsjKC_V-vnmej31Xyd7-BfartsVNwwc9tXL_Ew/viewform#responses

 

Thank you for your time ..

"Know Justice, Know Peace, Know Love"

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Rayane

I didn't feel that I was belonging, that I was accepted


When you said you didn't feel like you belonged or were accepted, my questions are:

You didn't feel like you belonged WHERE?

And you didn't feel like you were accepted by WHO?


Could you be very specific about the settings of the "where" and describe the people of the "who" in as much detail as possible.

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