What is cultural appropriation anyway?

Sugar skulls, traditionally known as Calavera or Catrina, originate from the Day of the Dead — a holiday that spans back to Aztec culture, over 3,000 years ago. Mainly celebrated in Mexico today, the holiday is a lively celebration of the spirits of loved ones who have passed. Dressing as a Calavera or Catrina, or buying a sugar skull product, may be culturally appropriative. Photo courtesy of Unsplash

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