"'We're A Culture Not A Costume' began in response to the large block party at Ohio University every Halloween," Mailé Nguyen, OU STARS president, told NBC News. "We feel that culturally appropriative costumes alienate and exotify certain students on our campus, and [we] wanted to educate people on the harmful effects of enforcing negative stereotypes of minorities."Student Campaign Fights 'Culturally Appropriative' Halloween Costumes - NBC News
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Student Campaign Fights 'Culturally Appropriative' Halloween Costumes - NBC News
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