multiculturalism

Books that feature deaf/ hard of hearing characters or protagonists should be added to every child's collection! Whether you are the parent of a deaf child or the parent of a hearing child, introducing developing young minds to deafness can help cultivate an appreciation for human diversity.
The colours of the flag and the symbols on it were carefully chosen. Orange was chosen because saffron was associated with
One of my biggest sources of frustration as a mother has been finding suitable toys and books for my daughters that help bridge cultural gaps.
"As an interfaith, interracial family -- and a vocal one at that -- we strive to teach our three young sons about the thrilling
Proposition 58 removes barriers that restricted bilingual education programs and mandated that English learners be taught
From social media to sexual preference, the conversation stays real and attempts to shed some light on the actual benefit for White people of confronting their own limited thinking and inherent racism.
The enormity of the decision, in the case of USA, is magnified by the fact, that it is also a global super power. The global
It is also a place with many pockets of peacefulness and, we believe, a majority of people who want peace for themselves
Like any great nation, America has a number of myths about itself. A great American myth portrays America as "the great melting pot," a gumbo of sorts, in which people come from all over the world, from different nations, ethnicities, and cultures, to become one.
On my birthday, I spoke about U.S. culture and the 2016 election. I addressed a group of Global Scholars at Chattanooga State Community College on the societal trends in this election year through the lens of cultural anthropology.
C. M. Rubin is the author of two widely read online series for which she received a 2011 Upton Sinclair award, "The Global
In the debate on International Migration, it is "the voices of the refugees and migrants themselves that are missing," writes
The uneducated, the poor and the oppressed do NOT belong to the group Donald Trump sees himself a part of. Trump may talk like he shares their concerns, but rest assured he is not one of them.
A tea house proprietor talks multiculturalism in light of the RNC.
This is something many teachers in California are already embracing, and their understanding of equity has helped create
So, I may not be a globetrotter per say, and don't have a memorabilia of stamps on my passport, but my Canadian citizenship has provided me more than the better life, and peaceful nation my parents sought when they decided to migrate to Canada.