On August 14th, 2021, the deadliest natural disaster to occur in Haiti since the 2010 earthquake rocked the nation. Haitian director Raoul Peck’s 2012 film Fatal Assistance has been made available for viewing on Vimeo in light of this more … Continue Reading »
Mexican Food Diversity: Aztec Empire
Food is likely one of the largest cultural facets of Mexico that is found in the U.S. today, but much of what we know as Mexican food is a narrow slice of traditional Mexican cuisine. Today we offer a variety … Continue Reading »
Did the First Americans Take a Ride on the Kelp Highway?
Many of us were taught the Bering Land Bridge Theory in school to explain how communities Indigenous to the Americas ended up in these lands. But an archaeological site in modern-day Chile has called that theory into question. Monte Verde, … Continue Reading »