American School Lunch Is Becoming More Diverse, Like It Was in the 1910s

ALANA DAO COULDN’T FIGURE OUT which was worse: going to school with a lunch box full of hummus, or pulling out Chinese pork floss buns in front of her classmates. In the 1990s, Sugar Land, Texas, was a steak and potatoes kind of place.

Read more at Atlas Obscura. Photo: Jacob Riis, Library of Congress/Public Domain.