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Keka Araújo is Unapologetically Afro-Latina

“I remember when you told black Latinas that they were black and they would want to fight you,” says Keka Araújo, as we discuss the recently fashionable topic of being Afro-Latina. “Some people want to make me biracial. I am not biracial; I am bicultural,” she continues. “I am unapologetically black.”

This Swiss Anchorwoman Quit Her TV Career to Be Happy

I attended journalism school and used my free time to write articles. I got one column, and later, a second one. Today, I’m amazed I didn’t quit sooner, but at 23, I was convinced I was on the right track. I won prizes and became newcomer of the year, so I ignored the fact that I wasn’t really happy. I didn’t have time to think about it, either.

Cannes: A City Apart

Internationally renowned for hospitality and luxury, Cannes is home to more than 50 annual events that attract some three million visitors. The city’s busy, year-round calendar includes entertainment, music, advertising, technology and real estate conventions with the annual Cannes Film Festival being the most famous and swanky among them.

Fear, Faith and Film, Part 1

Augusto Valverde and Alex Harz had never met one another before I introduced them this past June. They were both presenting their work at the Fifth-Annual SeriesFest, a Denver-based festival and marketplace dedicated to showcasing innovative episodic content from around the world.

Zhaojialou: A Taste of History at Every Turn

Social scholars consider food to be a cultural pillar, in part because it is idiocentric to societies worldwide. Food has been used to mark countries and peoples for generations. It follows, that in Zhaojialou, an ancient water town in Shanghai, China, local cuisine takes top billing among the regional treasures for travelers to explore.

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