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A Crash Course Lesson on Canadian Culture, Eh

Alright kids, put on your snowsuits, wrap a scarf around your neck six times, wear three pairs of socks, thick boots, and the warmest toque in your closet because you are about to embark on a crash course lesson on Canadian culture. 1,064 more words


Living In a Whole Other Dog Park

When my family adopted Pit Bull mixes I guess I was a little naïve. I expected to feed, train, and care for two great dogs. I expected to be happy, frustrated, hurt, cuddled, kissed, splashed, stepped on, and so many other wonderful things. 1,421 more words


Are you a Lesbian?

Wait, so you’re not a lesbian?

I want to start this post by clarifying that I have absolutely nothing against lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders, whatever. As long as you’re happy and I’m happy, I don’t really care what a person is. 461 more words

Ricky Ricardo & Gloria Pritchett

There has always been a dilemma in the way Hispanic Americans are portrayed in the Anglo media compared to Latino media in the United States. Historically, the Anglo media has portrayed Hispanic Americans directly to an Anglo audience. 629 more words

Anglo Media

How to Talk With a White Supremacist

This is the original text of my recent TEDxUCR talk. Of course, the actual delivery changed somewhat – the pressure of lights, nervousness, and the ticking clock, as well as the energy in the room, can always change things in unexpected ways. 1,995 more words


Accents and Assumptions

This post was originally intended as a guest post elsewhere.That fell through, so here is something I wrote that has nothing to do with self-esteem: 1,127 more words


How Ridiculous Is ‘The Ridiculous Six?’ A Dozen Native American Actors Leave Set of Adam Sandler Film

Read about it at Flavorwire.com.

Loren Anthony posted this Instagram picture of Adam Sandler, center in pink bandana, on the set of “The Ridiculous Six.”