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Episode 64 – Cultural Appropriation – So, So, Good!

Episode 64 - Cultural Appropriation - So, So, Good!
https://youtu.be/Hd_L5wNYEw4 Actually, Jackass, it is reasonable to believe that people have been sharing their cultures from the very beginning. As long as there have been humans those humans have been sharing ideas. Ogg and the chieftain Kroup'!tun met around a camp fire and told stories, shared food, and exchanged a slightly better way to sharpen a stick. Ogg left with a necklace and a flint...
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Food and Culture Go Hand in Hand: Appropriate some today!

Pan Dulce
Pastries are wonderful and I love to visit local German bakeries, French pâtisserie, or a Mexican panadería. It's interesting how many of the wonderful things we eat from around the world are actually products of cultural appropriation. That act much maligned by the left has given rise to popular dishes quite associated with a particular country, from which they did not originate. Food is the best...
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Bride Performs a Dynamic African-influenced Dance

Dancing Bride and Husband
Is this a story of a white woman stealing black culture or a bride honoring the culture of her husband? Is it a story of a man forcing his customs on his wife due to the patriarchy? Is this a story of a black man betraying all the FINE black women out there or of a black man stealing away a white woman? How you answer, what you feel, certainly says much about how you think. The answer in my opinio...
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Clarence Claus Wrapping Paper Sweetly Racist

Cute little boy at Christmas
IISantaSanta comes from a very old tradition. He was Greek, or perhaps Turkish. Originally known as Saint Nicholas. Though he may have had a tan he was semetic or as is more commonly said, "white". The legend of Santa Claus can be traced back hundreds of years to a monk named St. Nicholas. It is believed that Nicholas was born sometime around 280 A.D. in Patara, near Myra in modern-day Tur...
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