Last week, during an interview about youth activism, Obama called out “call-out culture,” arguing that the stone-casting mentality, facilitated by social media, isn’t a productive way to effect change.
Also known as “cancel culture” Obama is referring to a (usually online) form of public shaming in which people will call attention to problematic behavior or collectively boycott a public figure.
But cancel culture has also infiltrated high schools and the way kids talk and interact with each other. We discuss the trickle down and the nature of this phenomenon in schools. Plus, if your child has experienced this, give us a call: 866-893-5722.