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Are you ready to get kultur'D? This pop culture show discusses hot topics on everything from film & television, art, music to fashion & beauty with a lens on diversity of people and perspectives. Produced and hosted by Meera Estrada, every episode features guests to be part of the lively conversation.
Different ages and stages, each host brings a unique view to the weekly topics.
With kultur'D putting an emphasis on diversity of people and thought, the show also addresses themes that may some...
Exploring new beauty products is one of our favourite things to do! When you find products that support communities, though, it can be much more rewarding. Today, that's exactly what we're doing with the help of beauty and culture expert Meera Estrada. She highlighted some incredible products from Indigenous beauty brands to know, support and try!
Find Meera's picks below, and don't forget to watch the video above for more information about the brands and their amazing products.
It has been less than a week since we watched Afghanistan’s capital Kabul, fall to the Taliban.
With U.S.-led international forces planning a Sept. 11 withdrawal, this wasn’t unforeseeable, but the speed with which the Taliban gripped control over the region came as a hellish surprise.
The outlook for the country looks grim, but for the nearly 19 million women living there, it is particularly dire.
As news stories flooded in, I immediately thought of the makeup artist I work with, Sadaf.
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Piers Morgan refutes a woman’s suicidal ideation and racism claims. Sharon Osbourne is accused of numerous racial slurs. Andrew Cuomo is called out for alleged sexual misconduct and even assault.
All these individuals are in the public eye. They all are white, wealthy and wield varying degrees of power and privilege, but putting these unsurprising similarities aside, they have also all been labelled by many right-wing politicos as the latest victims of cancel culture.
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