Students will write a 6-page or 1,500 word paper (Times New Roman font and font size 12) centered on the film, A Lot Like You by Eliachi Kimaro. Student will address the way intersectionality of was demonstrated through the lived experiences of the characters (you choose. Not all but some characters). What role did the United States play in shaping how characters saw themselves? How was race and ethnicity reflected on some of the characters? Looking at the various definitions of culture covered in the first weeks of class, which definition of culture best suites this film? (This is based on the definition of culture that you chose to understand the dynamics of relationship in the film). How do you know (what is your evidence)? How does the positionality of the characters shift during the film? How does multicultural communication happen between Eliachi and her parents and/or her aunts? How does watching this film impact your own perception of self? https://youtu.be/ztse3n1w0xc That is the link to the YouTube I will release $5 in advance so that you can rent the video out.