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It’s Not OK to Appropriate Mexican Culture — Especially If You’re Dehumanizing Its People

It's Not OK to Appropriate Mexican Culture — Especially If You’re Dehumanizing Its People

In this op-ed, writer Mekita Rivas discusses how America has co-opted her Mexican culture but dehumanized the people. Over the past few weeks, more and more news has emerged about migrant children being ripped from their parents and placed in detention centers as a result of the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance” policy. It took President Donald Trump 76 days to put ...

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clay masks for all skin types | now solutions clay masks

clay masks for all skin types | now solutions clay masks

New around here? Get my monthly newsletter for even more green beauty goodness. Thanks for visiting! This post is kindly brought to you by NOW Solutions, who compensated me for this sponsored post. All product descriptions, tips and opinions are my own! Think back to your very first at-home facial. It was probably a clay mask. It was probably an ...

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The Best Body Scrubs For Sexy Smooth Summer Skin

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Body scrubs are a bit like toners or serums, they’re easily forgotten because seemingly, you can get by without them. But once you get scrubbing, you’ll find the whole process totally intoxicating. Not only is it super satisfying sloughing away all those dead skin cells to reveal glowing skin, but the scents and the feeling of how incredibly soft your ...

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Romantic Things To Do in Palawan

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Glittering blue waters, sundrenched coastline, and pristine beaches – Palawan is a dream destination for many honeymooners. This tropical province island lies in the west of the Philippines and its paradise setting is perfect for celebrating love and rekindling romance. This post highlights 6 romantic things to do in Palawan, to bring couples closer together. Visiting Palawan on your own or ...

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Cruises Holidays Are Always Better Than Resorts

Cruises Holidays Are Always Better Than Resorts

If you’re looking to book your next holiday, you may be wondering whether a cruise or resort holiday is best. I have been on both types of holiday and they do have their own benefits, I do however think that cruises tend to be much more exciting, versatile and adventurous. I think that everyone should go around the world on ...

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8 great Canadian foods (that aren’t poutine)

8 great Canadian foods (that aren't poutine)

Travelling wouldn’t be nearly as fun if it weren’t for the chance to sample local flavours. Oftentimes, it’s discovering a street-side snack vendor or a hidden-gem pub that ends up being a trip highlight. Indeed, for many regions of the world, food can actually define a trip: a vacation to Italy would be incomplete without pasta, and a week in ...

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The endless dilemma of Alitalia airline | Travel News

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The endless story of Alitalia airline and years of intrigue could be a good base for a new saga to be developed by J. K. Rowling in the fertile mind of Harry Potter. The focus episode regarding the sale of the “much-talked airline“ in the “air” since 2016 has not brought positive advertising. On the contrary, it has stimulated the ...

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Saga Lays Keel for Newbuild Spirit of Discovery

Saga Lays Keel for Newbuild Spirit of Discovery

Published in: Cruise News Saga Cruises inched closer to the delivery of its first-ever newbuild cruise ship as it laid the keel for the new Spirit of Discovery at Meyer Werft shipyard.  The keel-laying ceremony in Germany marked the official start of construction for the 999-guest vessel, the first of two cruise ships being built for Saga Cruises. The Spirit ...

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48 hour fling in Budapest

48 hour fling in Budapest

If you’re looking for a European city getaway, look no further than lively little Budapest, the capital of Hungary. Why? Full of quirky ruin bars, cultural gems and a bohemian atmosphere spread across a number of districts (are we in the Hunger Games?), this city has everything that makes up a perfect break, or stop off on your Eurrail trip ...

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