This is a historic announcement because in over 100 seasons of play, the league has never had an openly gay football player.
Month: June 2021
A Simple and Flavorful Recipe — Mexican Street Tacos
Mexican street tacos are the most popular street food within Mexico and has made its way to the United States, resulting in a lot of business owners opening up taco trucks.
Money Talks — A Week in Jersey City With A Part-Time Sales Associate
Money Talks* is a Slice of Culture series where we ask real people in Hudson County not only how they make their money, but also how they spend it, specifically during a seven-day period.
For Your Edification: Is Juneteenth Being Recognized Correctly?
It’s important that we can appreciate the recognition of the day and celebrate it, but also at the same time know that we want actual effective positive policies to be made.
Is There ‘Subtle’ Racism Amongst NBA Fans?
“It’s just underlying racism, and treating people like they’re in a human zoo. You see people just feel very entitled out here…”
A Fresh, Summer Recipe — Vietnamese Spring Rolls (Gỏi cuốn)
Vietnamese spring rolls are served fresh alongside a dipping sauce and are commonly served in Vietnamese restaurants across the world, which is why they are the perfect dish for a nice summer day.
For Your Edification: The Phenomenon of Cancel Culture
Let’s examine this fear that has been socialized into the consciousness of popular culture. What does it actually mean to be “canceled”?
From Palestine to America to Colombia: Solidarity With All
Even with the global systems of exploitation on our neck, freedom is still on the horizon. Support for Palestine is reaching levels it has never had before and the plight of Colombian protesters has garnered national attention. With consistency and resistance, our movements can only grow stronger.
A Quick and Simple Recipe — Arepas
Arepas originated in Colombia and have become a staple dish in both Colombia and Venezuela. They can be prepared in an oven, or pan fried on a skillet.