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Anthony Bourdain Blasts the “Racist Assumption” That Mexican Food Should Be Cheap

Anthony Bourdain on Mexican Food and Latino Culture By Yara Simón, remezcla.com September 22nd, 2016 Earlier this year, The Atlantic explored why certain cuisines can price their food higher than others. The piece hypothesized that things like capital, military power, as well as the wealth of its immigrants directly correspond to the price of a country’s cuisine. In a Wednesday Reddit AMA, famed Chef Anthony Bourdain touched on the same topic, and he didn’t mince...

Community Concerned, Confused After 5th Graders Pick Cotton and Sing Slave Songs During School Field Trip

Parents Livid After 5th Graders Pick Cotton and Sing Slave Songs During School Field Trip   Marissa Higgins  Daily Kos Staff Sunday, February 24, 2019 · 2:00 PM Central Standard Time   A video of fifth-graders from Ebenezer Avenue Elementary in Rock Hill, South Carolina, has parents furious for an extremely good reason. The video, which was taken by a teacher on a cell phone before being sent to parents, shows students picking cotton and singing slave...

What Will It Take for US Latinos to Thrive in Hollywood?

This Panel at Sundance Asked: Why Are US Latinos Invisible in Media?   Written by Manuel Betancourt |     There was an urgency palpable at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Not only had the Park City-hosted fest delivered on its promise to bring in a more diverse slate of critics to cover the films unspooling during the wintry two weeks but its programmers had also showcased a record number of female filmmakers. Diversity and inclusion, so...
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