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The “Borat” Sequel Returns to a Divided America and Struggles to Adapt

“Borat” was, to say the least, very much a product of its time. The 2006 satirical shockumentary aimed to mock the rampant xenophobia and cultural taboos that dominated the post-9/11 American landscape. Its titular protagonist, an oafish and anti-Semitic journalist from Kazakhstan, played by Jewish writer-actor Sacha Baron Cohen, traversed the most prejudiced and populous […]

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The financial crisis for US arts organizations has not been distributed evenly

Museums, dance companies, theaters, and other small arts organizations in the US—particularly those serving communities of color—are struggling for survival.

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