Technically this is a math equation (please don’t close the blog just yet; I know I would be tempted to do so). For the likes of me that sweat when there is no iPhone around to calculate the proper tip amount, take a deep breath and understand that what I
As many of you know by now, I love to photograph social marketing campaigns throughout the world. The way social and health policies are promoted says much about a community and also about its challenges and corresponding priorities. On my recent trip to Cozumel, Mexico, I came across many social
Last week, as I was sipping on my morning coffee and getting ready to face the day, I came across an article that caught my eye - “Many Americans Have No Friends of Another Race: Poll.” The poll, conducted by Reuters, says that “about 40 percent of white Americans and
As American demographics change so does what we eat? Nowhere is this in more obvious evidence than the standard American weekend brunch. Menus have started to shift in their usual offerings to reflect changing tastebuds. Answer me this, what is in your typical American breakfast? What does your brunch consist of?
We often talk of cultural and linguistic competency. But in application, what does such competency mean? How is it operationalized? As we have discussed Latinos/Hispanics are a growing population in the deep south. As part of adjusting to that emerging population many places, including storefronts, are starting to