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Bustle 7h
A new path for black people to finally benefit from this market was created. Yet, it's their white counterparts who appear to be the face of the CBD beauty industry.
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Bustle 9h
The show is honest about it, to an extent rarely seen on TV.
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Bustle 11h
"Our hair was supposed to grow up towards to the heavens as a way to connect to the spiritual world."
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Bustle 13h
"My dad has helped show me how to live comfortably in my own shoes, and how sometimes, finding your roots is just a matter of finding the right pair of shoes to ground the soles of your feet."
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Bustle 15h
. depicts Japanese cultural beliefs in a multi-cultural American home in a completely normal, non-sensational way.
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Bustle May 18
No longer the territory of the prim ladies of yesteryear showing off their neat stitches in cutesy samplers, the modern Etsy generation has taken up the craft of cross stitching to relieve stress and channel their rage.
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Bustle May 18
Thankfully, she didn't let fear get in the way. 🙌
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Bustle May 18
Her role in also gave her the chance to put her academic background to good use.
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Bustle May 18
With all the media attention directed towards the dramatic story of a rich, white girl getting involved with a radical group, another part of the narrative was totally ignored: Wendy Yoshimura's story.
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Bustle May 18
Somehow, to actively subvert the traditional Asian American stereotypes, it also seems like we’re flirting with a new, reactionary trope, for Asian American women in particular: that of the quirky sidekick.
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Bustle May 17
"But you might be surprised to hear that sex parties, also called play parties, helped me heal."
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Bustle May 17
The rapid gentrification of 's hometown is one of the factors that pushed her to tell the stories of the women who cannot easily trace their roots to any place besides the Southwest:
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Bustle May 17
The true story behind isn't just about the biases inherent in our justice system.
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Bustle May 17
"I feel like there’s not enough representation out there so I’d much rather play parts that look like me and sound like me because there are enough straight, white characters out there."
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Bustle May 17
dares to look into the depths of a woman who feels like she has no idea what she's doing, and is making complicated and screwed up choices and mistakes while trying to figure herself out.
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Bustle May 17
"For a lot of Korean parents, that's not really stable, which makes sense because a lot of first generation parents have worked so hard to build stability."
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Bustle May 16
"But instead of the relief I expected to wash over me when I achieved this milestone, all I felt was lost."
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Bustle May 16
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Bustle May 16
Being a woman of color in her first year in Congress means coming up against obstacles that a group of predominantly white and male lawmakers has never had to contend with, or even consider.
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Bustle May 16
"Access to great books and literacy resources is an imperative, but one that is too often not met."
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