Culturs global multicultural lifestyle network includes a team of seasoned professionals in 17 countries, using media, products and experiences to activate 21st Century Cultural diversity. Culturs reaches more than 100K daily in email, mobile, digital and print editions that featured internationally in major grocers, major booksellers and university and independent bookstores.
Our audience focus is individuals in-between culture including multiethnic, multicultural, mixed-race, and geographically mobile people (like immigrants, refugees and Third Culture Kids) with a focus on people of color. We embrace in-between identity: Because everyone should feel like they matter.
WHY IS THE “E” MISSING IN OUR NAME?
The missing “e” in Culturs represents the often-hidden diversities of Culturs’ audience. Our content sits at the intersection of social justice, geographic mobility and people of color. The publication was founded to amplify voices of these underserved populations.
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In the 21st century, assessing someone’s background from outward appearance isn’t enough — hidden diversity means people increasingly bring more to the table than meets the eye. Whether through travel, nationality, race or ethnicity, many of us straddle culture in one way or another.
CULTURS global multicultural magazine intends to celebrate the unique perspectives of such people. Global Nomads, Third Culture Kids, and racially blended and culturally blended people can read lifestyle articles and research from their point of view. One that shows a new-world order — a new normal that affects not only our lives, but the lives of those around us.
CULTURS includes LIFESTYLE topics of interest to these culturally mobile populations, highlighting items that affect or topics that include members of this population.
by in 2014, CULTURS.guru represents the first stage of impending launch of the Institute for Global Culture Research proposed to be housed in the Journalism Department of Colorado State University in 2016.
CULTURS is partnered with the Department of Journalism at Colorado State University, including original content published by students in Class Workshop “Mobilizing Global Culture,” along with articles by celebrated experts from around the globe. The workshop later was designated an official class: Media and Global Culture Identity, taught at Colorado State until 2022.