Online racial harassment hurts the academic confidence of Hispanic and Black students, according to new research from UW-Madison’s School of Human Ecology. Then, we talk with the owner and head baker of a local French-style bakery about the art and science of baking.
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New research shows how online racial harassment affects Black and Hispanic youth
New research from the School of Human Ecology at the UW–Madison shows that online racial harassment leads to lower academic confidence for Hispanic and Black students. The professor behind the research tells us what this means for students of color in an increasingly online world.
The baguette: A cultural heritage icon
UNESCO put the French baguette on its “intangible cultural heritage” list. We talk with the owner and head baker of a local French-style bakery about the art and science of baking.
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