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23 Jul
Much of America’s food culture is built on the work of Black Americans, yet they have rarely been credited for their contributions which include some of the country's most iconic dishes, like the quintessential American staple mac and cheese. Black chefs such as Jerome Grant are now demanding their heritage be recognised, in an industry where Black people are drastically underrepresented as chefs and restaurateurs.
26 Feb
On The Process this week, Matthias Aragbada talks about how he uses animation to teach culture.
26 Sep 2020
4 Sep 2020
Barr said there is a "false narrative" regarding attacks on Black people by white police officers. He also said the US Justice Department believes anti-fascist movement antifa is at the heart of violence during protests.
23 Feb 2019
'Hate crime or hoax?' An attack on gay black actor called into question.

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