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Traitor to My Culture — Outsider to My Husband’s

Most people view culture through the kaleidoscopic prism of travel and tourism: the exotic, glittering differences that sear the senses—the smell of incense, the sound of...

Bilingual Kids Do Not get Confused Speaking Two Languages

Bilingual kids get confused learning two languages at once. It is impossible for children to learn a second language while trying...

Why People of Color Need Spaces Without White People

I’m breathing deeply as I write this. What I’m writing about is charged. I feel this energy in my body....

A Love Letter To My American Father’s Chinese Accent

COURTESY OF KIMMY YAM The author and her dad.Dear Papa, I can’t recall a time I’ve ever written to you. It’s probably because the written...

Jason Momoa, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson back Hawaii’s anti-telescope protesters

“Aquaman” star Jason Momoa on Wednesday visited Native Hawaiian protesters blocking the construction of a $1.4 billion telescope project on Hawaii’s...

Roti, doubles, Chutney music – is Indo-Caribbean culture under threat?

Indian people have been living in the Caribbean for more than 180 years, but Chandani Persaud, founder of Indo-Caribbean London, says that...

‘I’m from more cultures than you!’

One Culture: two generations, where we speak to British families and explore the differences between first- and second-generation immigrants.Of the 1.2 million...

Rolling Out the Welcome Mat for Travelers With Autism

The Thibault family at Rio Secreto, Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, 2017. From left, Chris, Sebastian, Tristan, Emerson and Nicole Thibault. Credit via Thibault familyA...

Discover Free Museums in Los Angeles Visit LA’s world-class cultural institutions for free

Los Angeles is home to a world-class collection of museums and cultural attractions. Best of all, you can view masterpieces across L.A. County for...

Embracing Afro-Latina Identity

What happens to self-identity when the stories of those that look like you aren’t told? How do you define who you are...

Mixed Up: ‘I spent a large part of my life wishing I was just one race’

Being mixed-race can be complicated. Straddling two or more cultures, often feeling like you’re not quite enough of either....

Every Semana Santa, Guatemalans Decorate Their Streets With Colorful & Intricate Sawdust Carpets

During Semana Santa, the scent of wet sawdust and pine permeates the air in Guatemala. Before Easter, the streets are decorated...
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