- What is magical realism?
- We talked a bit about being Latinx and white. There have been lots of great discussions about this, and here are 2 videos that explain it better than K or I did
- K mentioned Arrested Development TV show
- J recommended the movie Practical Magic for people who want stories about sisters, magic, and curses
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