Relations between Black Americans and African immigrants have always been rocky in the United States. The trend of trying fufu, a traditional African dish, has highlighted this rockiness. The negative response to the food from Black Americans unleashed the deep-rooted issues that African imm…
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We have all seen it: Bernie Sanders sitting in a folding chair, arms crossed, sporting his fashion staples of a brown coat and hand-knitted mittens. Over the last few days, the iconic image from the 2021 inauguration has taken over the internet, with new and creative interpretations showcasi…