Monthly Archives: March 2016

“It’s Like Déjà Vu All Over Again” How My Brazilian Expat Experience Is Shadowing My American Living Experience

“Politics is politics” and all the fun little quotes you can find on the internet about the maleficent art. There are very few politicians or governments that aren’t embroiled in some scandal or backdoor deal. But then there are certain … Continue reading

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Chris Rock’s Oscar Monologue: The Tip of The Iceberg of a Larger Conversation on Diversity in Hollywood

Chris Rock was tasked with voicing the concerns of lack of minority representation at the 88th Academy Awards Ceremony. His opening monologue was even handed, funny, and honest, but not really groundbreaking. I don’t say this disrespectfully, but only to … Continue reading

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