1. Now that you know where counterstories come from, analyze the effectiveness of counterstorytelling in Yosso’s text. Is it effective? Why or why not? *Alert* If you believe it is ineffective, I want you to explain how Yosso could have gone about proving what she is trying to prove without the counterstory.

Please use the provided(attached) guidelines to answer the questions in the same attached form. Please also use the lecture part of the text to come up with a reasonable answer.
I am also providing two outside sources that are required to answer(develop an answer) for the specified questions. I have also provided the Yosso’s pdf that is also required for completing the assignment. (Critical-race counterstories)
Please feel free to reach me for any questions.
source 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLnUJzueBOQ
source 2: https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/epistemology/
Please make sure to answer the following questions:
1. Now that you know where counterstories come from, analyze the effectiveness of counterstorytelling in Yosso’s text. Is it effective? Why or why not? *Alert* If you believe it is ineffective, I want you to explain how Yosso could have gone about proving what she is trying to prove without the counterstory.
2. In many ways, Yosso’s text exemplifies the principles she espouses. CRT, and thus Yosso, prioritizes experiential knowledge. Yosso has constructed and arranged her text to be experienced, not just read. Analyze three examples from her text that you believe are meant to be experienced rather than just rationally understood.
3. At the end of “Madres por la Educacíon: Community Cultural Wealth at Southside Elementary,” Yosso’s narrator reflects upon the old man she had seen at the meeting: “Suddenly, I got chills realizing why the elderly man looked so familiar. Could it be? Mi tocayo Paulo Freire? Instead of being pale by the time I got home, I felt flushed with excitement” (51). Why does Yosso include this passage? How does the way in which Yosso constructs this counterstory signal to us who here intended audience is? Explain.
second part questions: (refers to the country song in the youtube link)
• Is this song racist?
• How do I know?
• Is it reasonable to conclude that the person singing it didn’t intend it to be racist?

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