Where Asian Americans Need Affirmative Action
Our Focus on University Admissions Obscures the ‘Bamboo Ceiling’ in the Workplace
Columbia University sociologist Jennifer Lee continues to explore race and achievement in America—as in her 2014 essay “Are Mexicans the Most Successful Immigrant Group in the U.S.?“ …
Anything ChatGPT Can Do, My Students Can Do Better
Why a Media History Professor Is Welcoming AI Into Her Classroom
CSUN media history professor Elizabeth Blakey draws inspiration from UCLA behavior ecology professor Peter Nonacs’ 2013 essay, “Why I Let My Students Cheat on Their Exams," and explains how chatbots can fit into today's curriculum …
Recap of "Do We Need More Food Fights?"
Making Pozole and Memorializing Mexico’s Disappeared
Watch the event and read the Takeaway by editor Talib Jabbar.
An exhibition based on Recetario para la memoria, a cookbook that collects recipes and remembrances from these families in collaboration with photographer and creator Zahara Gómez Lucini, is currently on view at LA Cocina de Gloria Molina, a first-of-its-kind museum dedicated to Mexican gastronomy. Zócalo and LA Cocina host Gómez Lucini and culinary historian and Hungry for History podcast co-host Maite Gomez-Rejón to cook pozole in the museum’s demonstration kitchen and discuss what happens when the kitchen becomes a battleground …