New York Cultural Appropriation week

To celebrate New York Fashion Week, Dulce Sloan broke down the problematic trend of designers appropriating African-American culture to sell clothes.

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Selective outrage with a side of wedge issue

After three years on the Detroit restaurant scene, the Thai-fusion restaurant formerly known as Katoi renamed itself as its anagram Takoi. That renaming came on the heels of the restaurant’s  626 more words

When white people use black emojis, it’s RACIST...says the BBC

By J. D. Heyes, editor-in-chief

(National SentinelLeft-wing Racism: There is a growing insanity in the Western world, and it’s called progressivism. It’s a cult-like political movement practiced by… 687 more words


ED SHEERAN’S “Galway Girl”: As Regressive as Bewitched and The Corrs, without the irony

As someone who considers themselves an avid consumer of quality music spanning most genres,  Ed Sheeran’s particular brand of  earworm pop has  always  presented me with a minor  internal conflict.  545 more words


RIP – rest in pieces (2017) models @atairhm & @craigwave

Tell us a bit about yourself!
Marisa Suen
Wearable Textile Artist, Multidisciplinary Designer & Creative. 574 more words

Cultural Appropriation

Really? Coco Swoop

by Dymone Smith / Inglewood, CA

What is cultural appropriation?

Cultural appropriation is the adoption or use of elements of another culture. Recently we have seen many more people appropriating another culture. 239 more words


BODEGA SHOPPING (Bodega Box Can Get The Bozack)

Back in the 90’s, when I lived in Lower Park Slope and more specifically, 5th Avenue, I was dating a Dominican girl who’s dad owned a string of bodegas. 738 more words