What options do local students have when reporting sexual misconduct? We discuss what resources are available once they've reported and what role the school and city police play in investigations.
Victor Albisu grew up in Northern Virginia, the son of a Cuban father and a Peruvian mother. After attending George Mason University, he set out on a career in international development – one that he later abandoned to pursue his dreams to become a chef. His restaurants in the Washington region are thriving, but he’s also using food as an avenue to contribute to the issues that interested him earlier in his career: poverty, international aid and diplomacy. He joins Kojo in the studio to chat about food, identity and culinary diplomacy.
- Victor Albisu Chef, Owner, Del Campo Restaurant and Taco Bamba Taqueria
Cook: Victor Albisu's Peruvian Potato Soup
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