Black People Exist Beyond the Universally Accepted Stereotypes.

Pierre-Antoine Caisso

Back in 2021, I had several conversations with my mom discussing cooking. During the pandemic, she has taken to watching cooking shows and on more than one occasion, she has recommended them to me. Watching them was a bit difficult because I gave up satellite and cable tv long ago. Basically, if I want to see something, I will use the internet and find it. But I digress. She kept…

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