The YouTube video Can Stereotypes Ever Be Good? – Sheila Marie Orfano And Densho by the YouTube channel TED-Ed.
Here is the description for this video:
Explore the model minority stereotype, and discover how it became a label for Asian Americans and is used to enforce racial hierarchies.
In 2007, researchers surveyed 180 teachers to understand if they held stereotypes about their students. The most commonly held opinion was that Asian students were significantly more industrious, intelligent, and gentle. This might seem like a good thing, but treating this stereotype as reality can cause a surprising amount of harm. Sheila Marie Orfano and Densho dig into the model minority myth.
Lesson by Sheila Marie Orfano and Densho, directed by Léon Moh-Cah.
In a mostly forgotten part of this dream, I was with some other people, and we went to a building where a young man I had helped earlier in another forgotten part of the dream worked as either a security guard or a person at the front desk / booth / station who handles the paperwork et cetera of who is allowed inside the building.
This building was a large multi-purpose mall-like building, the young man let us inside without us having to fill out any paperwork or pay et cetera, he pretended to do that since I had helped him earlier, and so we thanked him & we walked further inside; but that is all that I can remember of this part of the dream.
In this dream I was vacationing during the day with my family in probably Australia, but there is a chance that it was somewhere in Africa like South Africa.
I remember us driving in the countryside with some men with dark-color skin who were from Africa & spoke English with an African accent of some kind, they were probably our drivers / guides, and they dropped us off at a small family run hotel.