Around the Web Digest- March 19

As spring begins to rear its head, I come bearing the fruits of internet.

Buenos Aires, anarchism, and pastries. If a similar movement in bakeries happened in the U.S., I would like to propose the “cake pop(ulism)s” and immediately apologize for that joke I spent 20 minutes thinking about.

NPR illustrates the lives and history of a forgotten immigrant community in the Southern U.S., the Chinese of the Mississippi Delta.

For anthropologists looking to work with indigenous communities in the U.S., a helpful list was compiled on Native Anthro filled with tips to avoid awkward neocolonial moments.

CNN follows the life of Jorge Matadamas as he attempts to readjust to life in Mexico after being deported from the U.S.

Even after years of work to prove race as a social reality, not a biological one; Governments and public policy continues to be driven by the ideology of racial panic.

See you all next week.



2 thoughts on “Around the Web Digest- March 19

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