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“So How Do You Celebrate Holidays With Black Families?”

podcast October 17, 2020

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In this episode of So-Called Oreos, the hosts start off on a little bit of a funny tangent (sorry!) about a white student not knowing he applied to an HBCU and some funny Jonas Brothers interactions. The conversation revolves around how black people celebrate the holidays and how it may different from our white counterparts. Rachel and Amari explain how they celebrate in a Caribbean household and the four debate if potato salad is only seasonal and what goes on yams. They later discuss the history behind Kwanzaa and why many black Americans don’t celebrate as well as how to deal with grief during the holidays.

Article discussed: Is Kwanzaa Still A Thing?

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