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Non Appétit

‘We are no longer here to be the token or the diversity quota’

Photo: Clay Williams

Last week, I watched Bon Appétit editors suffer the consequences of their actions. I wasn’t surprised when their moment of reckoning hit — no one was. I was, however, stunned to see the photos sleuthed out by Tammie Teclemariam of Adam Rapoport in brownface. I was sad to see skilled Bengali American chef Sohla El-Waylly is paid a fraction…




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Samantha Fore

Samantha Fore

First generation Sri Lankan-American. KY Born. NC raised. All socials @tuktuklex #dollypartoneatsforfree

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