National Geographic
National Geographic 12 Dec 2020

The Vibrant Zulu Culture

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Photographer Lola Akinmade Åkerström immerses herself in the colorful Zulu culture of South Africa.


The old cliché goes that the French have a questionable relationship with hygiene. And yet they're also famous for their vibrant perfume culture. So where does the negative stereotype come from? And at the same time, why do French fragrances have such a good reputation around the world? In this episode of French Connections Plus, Florence Villeminot and Genie Godula splash into the pungent universe of French hygiene and perfume.
French #theaters won't be able to re-open until at least January 7, due to ongoing Covid-19 restrictions. Throughout this Thursday, December 17, FRANCE 24 gives the floor to personalities from the world of culture hard hit by the health measures. FRANCE 24's Alison Sargent reports from the #Bobino Theater in #Paris.
Visiting associate professor at Smith College, Loretta Ross, is the author of the upcoming book 'Calling In the Calling Out Culture,' and she joins Morning Joe to discuss her thoughts on cancel culture. Aired on 12/03/2020
When you think of your typical American cowboy, you imagine the hat, the stirrups, the horse... And chances are you probably imagine him a white man. And yet, after the civil war, as many as one-third of all cowboys were black. That reality, however, has been either hidden, ignored or overlooked in both American history books and in the country's pop culture. But a group of modern-day cowboys is trying to change just that.

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