Yoga and Cultural Appropriation

 

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24.) @tgurazada, “its 2017 can y’all stop wearing bindis to Coachella. like how many thinkpieces explaining cultural appropriation do you need!!!” Twitter.com, 18 April 2017, 4:18 pm.

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