Diversity stories of food

He remains banned, with a hanging expression, so his brain, like the laptop hourglass where the user's request imposes a surplus of work.
Thus, according to the dialectical rules of modern right-handedness, it finds courage and doesn’t give up on evidence.
So? He exclaims with decisive boldness.
Then, afterwards, in a totally free and chaotic speech.
The numbers are Arabic.
And my cell phone is Chinese.
As well as my daughter’s toys and lots of stuff at home.
The TV is Korean, all right.
And the car outside is German, I confess.
This morning's coffee comes from Brazil.
And the bananas of the usual, breakfast smoothie are from Senegal.
You think I don’t know?

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Stories about diversity and inclusion (stories inspired by true events from Stories and News - Network) by Alessandro Ghebreigziabiher, italian author, writer of fiction, storyteller, stage actor and director.

Topics: diversity short stories, true stories about diversity, inspirational stories diversity, diversity stories in the workplace, short stories about cultural diversity, diversity and inclusion story, short stories about diversity, diversity stories in the news, ispirational stories about disability, diversity in Italy, diversity in the world

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