May 22, 2022 • 10M

What has cultural appropriation done for you lately? - audio edition

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Heather Heying
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…So, what has cultural appropriation done for you lately?

Well…it did give us written language, algebra, astronomy, agriculture, and a diversity of extraordinary musical traditions (and instruments!). To name just a very few things. Also: pottery, carpentry, and metalworking. And plumbing, antibiotics, and surgery. And cuisine, theater, and cocktails.


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