For this discussion, view the two films. The first is about what makes someone or something part of popular culture. The second is about creative people whose works support diversity rather than stereotypes.
For your main posting, look back at American history from 1800 to recent times. Find a person, event, artifact, or movement/school/group/institution which fits into our two themes, namely that it is a part of popular culture and that it supports diversity rather than stereotypes.
Your main posting should have three paragraphs. First, tell us what you chose and why it is part of popular culture. Second, describe how your choice supports diversity rather than stereotypes. Third, tell us why you chose it? Why did this attract your attention and also make it worthy of consideration in a course on the history of popular American culture?
The response must include a reference list. One-inch margins, double-space, Using Times New Roman 12 pnt font and APA style of writing and citations.