The Art of Living Foundation, organizer of the semiannual World Culture Festival, says more than 450,000 people have registered for this weekend’s event on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
Being in an interracial relationship can have both incredible advantages and also some tough challenges.
Culture is that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom and any other capabilities and habits acquired by [humankind] as a member of society.
A country well known for various sports, food and multiculturalism is responsible for raising Drake, one of the most influential musical artists in history.
Omotayo Banjo’s “Dreams For Our Children: Immigrant Letters to the Future” is a collection of letters from first- and second-generation parents and parents-to-be which captures their aspirations for their children.
Feelings of unresolved grief, confusion, losing a sense of self and forming a new community (or lack of) can all be traced back to the journey of an immigrant.
Immersing yourself in a culture that’s divergent from your own is essential for perspective. Adapting a different culture into your life — like, say, drinking a new type of coffee — adds a whole unique element.
George Kusunoki Miller — aka JOJI — started finding himself when his journey began in Osaka, Japan, where he was born.
A new, cross-cultural animated short film titled “MMANWU” is in preproduction and is being crowdfunded.
Examining White Supremacy and it’s epistemology of ignorance. How to unpack Whiteness and Whitely scripts in order to move toward a more equitable future.