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Fast Times at Nanterre: From living it up in France to being in lockdown California

Looming towers of Parisian architecture cast shadows over his head. He ducks into his normal bakery and snatches a baguette. After a good sniff...

With international help, a Beirut restaurant rebuilds

Aline Kamakian’s father had a dream to show the world Armenian cuisine. He passed when she was 17, but his vision lived on.  “His dream...

The Washington Redskins drop controversial team name.

What’s Happening:  The Washington Redskins, after more than 80 years of controversy, have decided to shed their name. Contemporary American culture now generally identifies the...

Happy National Junk Food Day! 

July 21st is National Junk Food Day and for those who are like me, we know we shouldn’t eat junk food. But it’s just...

Get to know history-making Oaxacan model Karen Vega and her hometown

With the July cover of Vogue México, model Karen Vega is bringing Oaxacan visibility to newsstands (and of course, online!). The 18-year-old is the...

Learn Black History: Tips for Parents

Although each February gives us a chance to be intentional with our actions in learning about Black History, we shouldn't stop there. We should...

What It’s Like to Embrace Your Blackness When Your Latino Family Doesn’t

It seems as though conversations regarding Afro-Latinidad are now louder than ever. These much-needed discussions have slowly raised the curtain on...

26 Best Books for Latino Kids

#1 Drum Dream Girl: How One Girl’s Courage Changed Music ...

As A Native American, Here’s What I Want My Fellow Americans To Know About Thanksgiving

Native Americans don’t just live on reservations, we live in cities, and we live internationally. I grew up in the Silicon...

‘Without culture, you’re lost’: Our Mothers’ Kitchens reclaims black womanhood through food and writing

For Khaliah D. Pitts and Shivon Pearl Love, cooking is activism. It’s art. It’s prayer. The pair, self-described “sister-friends"...

What’s El Día de los Muertos? It’s Not Scary, and It’s Not Halloween

What is El Día de los Muertos, or “Day of the Dead,” as it’s now known in the U.S.?Despite the white...

The First All-Female Spacewalk is Underway

As previously seen on CNN by Ashley StricklandNASA astronauts Jessica Meir and Christina Koch are conducting the first all-female spacewalk outside of...
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