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Hijab is a headcovering/modest dress typically worn by Muslim women. In the film Under the Sky, it shows the many different types of women and how they chose to wear the hijabs; they weren't forced to wear it. In a related article "Brazilian Beauty" and "Disability Cultures," people prejudge one's background and expects a certain outcome because of it. In Bank's "Hair Matters," they compare how a black women wears an afro to a workplace and it is seen as a need way to label someone. This is important because the mainstream society shows that women are passive, but they see Americans as hyper- sexualized and exploited. Therefore, it's claimed that hegemony is a myth. Wearing a hijab is like a symbol for identity and it becomes this challenge towards racism. It's like a new form of racism. The wave metaphor is defined as the three waves of feminism that occurred during the 1920's that focused on suffrage and the right to hold property, 1960's and how they wanted to expand
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