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Best place to ponder cultural appropriation 

Everyday Magic

125 East Parrish Street, Durham

(919) 908-7675

On Durham's historic Black Wall Street, you'll find a prime example of white nonsense. At the corner of Parrish and North Church streets, Everyday Magic sells stuff you "need" to get your woo-woo on: bundles of sage, crystals, tiny rings, and tall candles emblazoned with the words "boss bitch" or "bae." The shop defends its sale of dream catchers as being totally OK and not at all appropriative, but still, a clue catcher might be more useful. Ta-daaaa!

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