Mash-Ups in the News:
Hip Hop (Because Sometimes You Need a Hip Hop Section)
Aaaaaaaannnnnddddd, we are dead. This is the best.
Because dreidel would be a better game if it featured Dr. Dre.
via The Verge
Mount up! This is the first rap song (close second: “Paul Revere”) that we learned every single lyric to. Read about 213 Clique.
via Rolling Stone
Koreans (Because This was Their Week)
Korean men hold hands, sit on each others laps and show lots of affection. In other news, if you are gay, you can’t get jobs in Korea.
via Korea Herald
via USA Today
What will they discover next? Falafel in Paris?
via NY Times
And The Rest….
Is she Forrest Gump? What else can we trademark? This makes us feel crazy.
via The Smoking Gun
“It’s really nice to be a place where you don’t have to agree with the other black person out of solidarity. You can disagree with them publicly, and it’s fine. That’s really great. That can’t be underscored enough.” — Buzzfeed Executive Editor Shani O. Hilton on having enough diversity to be able to disagree.
via Nieman Lab
These women are creating welcoming, groundbreaking spaces and shifting the idea of Jewish community.
via NY Times
This leaf bread is so beautiful! It’s like a tortilla doily!
Hispanics are leaders in mobile use: They spend 27% more time per week on a smartphone than other cultural groups.
via Facebook Insights
Wow. Big week! Our Cubanos are all over the map on this, but it’s a very exciting moment. Here’s a great explainer of what this actually means.
In Japan it’s still hard for women to be considered smart. They have to mask it in cuteness.
Not as many as we’d like, but still.
via Nerds of Color