TCK KAMALA HARRIS ORIGINAL ART ILLUSTRATION
TCK KAMALA HARRIS MAGAZINE COVER DESIGN PAYS HOMAGE TO 21ST CENTURY DIVERSITY
This edition focuses on TCK Kamala Harris. And the increasing multicultural nature of our lives. And how it is changing global politics.
TCK KAMALA HARRIS
The United States made history welcoming Vice President TCK Kamala Harris. And Culturs focused on how Harris represents. It’s an increasing wave of politicians who display hidden diversity.
TCK BARACK OBAMA AND JOHN MCCAIN
This issue discusses Barack Obama and John McCain as well. Its cover story highlights Third Culture Kids (TCKs). And how these three examples are changing the face of U.S. politics. Third Culture Kids (TCKs) grow up with geographic and cultural mobility. This happens during formative years when identity is formed. Also, in 1984, Sociologist Ted Ward called TCKs “The prototype citizens of the future.”
TCK CLASSIC PROFILE
“The classic profile of a TCK is someone with a global perspective who is socially adaptable and intellectually flexible,” says TCK expert Ruth Van Reken. She continues, “The U.S. ‘melting pot’ indeed has birthed notable TCKs in its political ranks.”
ORIGINAL ART FOR AN EXCEPTIONAL TIME
The issue boasts an original art illustration of Harris amongst Lotus flowers, which is one translation for her name’s meaning. Kamala also translates to “exceptional woman.”
“We’ve had a lot of celebratory comments about this cover. And gratitude from people sharing that it is a proper observance for such a monumental occasion,”
—Doni Aldine, Culturs Editor-in-Chief
OUR BEST ISSUE YET
Also, this edition covers cross-cultural political up-and-comers. Along with articles on digital democracy in online algorithms. Plus views on immigration. Lastly, cross-cultural lifestyle content like the Ojibwe Native American Jingle Dress dance. And more, including a review of the book “Caste.”
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ABOUT: Culturs is a global multicultural philanthropic brand. It brings lifestyle content to culturally fluid populations. And also to those whose lives straddle different cultures. The missing “e” in CULTURS represents the population’s hidden diversity. Proceeds support cross-cultural education around the globe.
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