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More fundamentally, the companies see a cultural shift that will last beyond the current pandemic, with people likely to keep working from home more often even when offices re-open, and learning to love fixing stuff around the house.

For more than two decades, Joel Dinerstein, a cultural historian and professor of English at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana, has been asking his students who and what they consider cool.

What cool means nowMarc BainNovember 15, 2020Quartz

This week on Eater’s Digest, Eater San Francisco’s Luke Tsai discusses why the historic and cultural center of SF’s Japantown is especially at risk.

These radical looks—from the flapper dress to the Afro, Madonna’s cone bra to Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s dissent collar—defied their time and demonstrated the power of fashion as a political and cultural tool for making change.

More importantly, they’ve talked about a major cultural shift.

They identified specific policies they’d like to change, but spoke in unison about a major cultural shift.

Welcome to a Dem-Controlled CountyJesse Marx and Maya SrikrishnanNovember 4, 2020Voice of San Diego

As 2015 wound down, a foreboding but catchy phrase from a scientific paper blew across the cultural landscape with unexpected force.

The essay expressed a vision of US political, economic and cultural power, of a pre-eminent US that would lead the postwar world by its example in advancing democratic ideals, free enterprise and “the American way of life”.

Both said there is interest from business leaders to take a deeper look at their internal D&I due to the cultural moment, but also because having a more diverse staff makes for a stronger business.

It’s an effort to walk back the kind of cultural appropriation rife within the internet recipe writing economy.


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