Get the latest in Your Hands!
Everyone deserves to feel seen, and at Culturs, we get it, because our editors have been there. Whether multiethnic, multicultural, mixed-race or geographically mobile (like immigrants, refugees or Third Culture Kids) — welcome to the place where you belong. Don’t miss out — grab your copy today!SUBSCRIBE TODAY!
OUR LATEST ARTICLES
JOIN THE FAMILY
Check out our exclusive archive of discounted edition past print issues. Quantities are limited so grab yours while they last.Grab your issues!
Most Popular Articles
PROOF: Media for Social Justice, A Human Rights Photo Editor’s Legacy
PROOF: MEDIA FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE “In a way they are activists because the work they’re doing is very dangerous. I…
Jâca: On a Mission to Make “Music with Meaning”
Jâca, a clarinet and guitar duo, is at the forefront of a growing social consciousness in classical music. This Los Angeles-based pair — TCK clarinetist Wesley Ferreira and guitarist Jaxon Williams — aim to perform music at the highest level and move multicultural influences from backstage to center stage.
Home: Embracing the New While Missing the Old
One of the things expats, missionaries and TCKs have in common is their ability to adore where they are, miss where they’re from and feel like they don’t fully belong anywhere — all at the same time.
The Cross-Cultural Cast of “New Amsterdam” Brings Light to Hidden Diversity
Sophomore medical drama “New Amsterdam” and its cross-cultural main cast give a glimpse into the often awe-inspiring optimism of those who straddle identity.
Why ‘Mean Girls’ Cady Heron is the Perfect Global Nomad
“So if you’re from Africa, why are you white?” This is one of the most frequently quoted lines from the…
Q & A with American Actress Ashley Casias
American Actor Ashley Casias graduated from University of California, Irvine (UCI) in 2012 with a degree in theatre. The actress…
Must View: 5 TCK films on identity
Third Culture Kids, or TCKs, have the unique ability to connect with people all around the world from all different…
Asian Name Structure Part I.
Of all the things to ponder in a day, it’s doubtful our names would make the list. But, as…