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#173 The Test Kitchen, Chapter 2

#173 The Test Kitchen, Chapter 2

Update: 2021-02-1224


Chapter 2, “Glass Office”: Years later, in 2018, a new wave of people of color arrives at Bon Appétit. And when their white bosses don’t understand the problems they’re facing, those people will decide to fix the place themselves.

Check out:

Jesse Sparks’ portfolio

Elyse Inamine’s Instagram

Ryan Walker-Hartshorn’s website and Twitter

A reported story by Priya Krishna

Christina Chaey’s 2016 manifesto following Bon Appétit’s pho video release. And here’s Christina’s Instagram.

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Comments (5)

Paul Crouch

I have to say, after how flimsy the case for racism was in episode 1, I wasn't holding my breath for episode 2. But wow, this is pure propaganda. An entry-level employee straight out of college didn't get their recipe featured in the magazine? Must be racism! A scatterbrained editor was, as usual, on his phone during a meeting? Racism again! It's telling how after every example, the host quickly admits the same things happened ad naseum to white employees, but because the non-white weren't treated differently, that is somehow evidence of racism. It's sweet irony to see these propagandists now cancelled for the same kind of behavior they accuse Bon Appetit of here. But that is the standard you set.

Mar 11th
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Im Watching You

Biden and Harris are having an affair. How do you think she got the job? Not on her terrible record that's for sure.

Mar 6th
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Gnome de Plume

#poorlyagedthings #rip #ironic

Feb 19th
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#173 The Test Kitchen, Chapter 2

#173 The Test Kitchen, Chapter 2