Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Also reading "Louisiana's Creole French People: Our Language, Food & Culture: 500 Years Of Culture" - says writer John LaFluer II: "This unique historic, but forgotten culture existed prior to the arrival of the Acadians, and its cultural and linguistic traditions resulted in Louisiana’s historic "Creole” culture. This multi-ethnic culture's food ways, language and social traditions were hijacked ... and then relabeled "Cajun" with no regard for the pre-existant and dominant history ..." -

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