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We surmise that cultural homogeneity is on its way to extinction, and that the recognition of cultural diversity has become the new global tradition. However, cultural diversity is just the first step, and incomplete without harmony or congruence between people of different cultures. Cultural harmony shows the possibility of how one culture relates to another and how a person relates to the society.
Every one of us has a cultural background and often times we must relate with people of other cultures, beliefs, and races within our society or other society when we travel. Sometimes bad laws are made, such as the anti-gay laws in Africa, or police brutality in the USA, Xenophibia, creed, class, racism, political feud, and claims that one culture is superior or chosen by God over another. These creates negative cultivated dependences which pervade our ability or interest to co-exist peacefully. Look no where else than unto yourself to change the paradigm.
We invite you to join this conversation and share your views or tell the story of how you use your ability or knowledge to extend friendship and encourage harmony between peoples that are different to you?
If you could change one thing for the better what would it be?
Please join us in this casual dialogue live by calling int ot he teleforum
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Cultural Pearls: Niamat Shaheed presents Global News Gathering from different time zones and addresses issues and topics with a Qur'anic perspective.
Join Dr. Undrai Fizer as he dialogues with Community Leader/Activist Bro. Deric Muhammad on Culture Vision, Empowerment, and the Sandra Bland case! YOU don't want to miss this 15!
Michael Wenniger, Founder and CEO of Essante Organics, offers an extraordinary opportunity to participate in a home business that has outstanding, healthy products and a very lucrative compensation plan. Hear about the awesome benefits of network marketing/multi-level marketing. We will explain why this is the wave of the future, and how you can participate.
Coach Joyce highly recommends that you join a great company and start earning extra income now, part-time, full-time, anytime. You can also lead others to be healthier, happier and financially secure. You can make the world a better, safer and healthier place to live in. You can make a difference one positive action and one person at a time.
How do you start and build a cross-cultural mentoring program? When we think of mentoring programs in the workplace, we tend to think of programs that carefully match mentors and mentees who share some or a lot of cultural similarities.
But there’s another approach to mentor/mentee matching and that is identifying and pairing mentors and mentees who cross different cultures, such as mentors and mentees who come from different races, genders, ethnicities, religions, cultural backgrounds, socioeconomic backgrounds, sexual orientations, or nationality.
Today I will discuss this topic with my guest Jodi Davidson, Director of Diversity & Inclusion Initiatives at Sodexo.
The It Girl aka Adria Williams will give you tools to elevate your Facebook page into a Google hangout and gain exposure for your campaigns. The It Girl will walk us through her 3 steps to campaign exposure success. Don't miss your chance to elevate your next campaign or product launch!
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Joihn Schlitt.
For more than four decades, John Schlitt has enjoyed a stellar musical career as a solo artist, as the lead singer for Grammy Award-winning Christian band Petra, one of the most successful Christian rock bands of all time, and as the former lead singer for popular '70s mainstream rock band Head East. He has been inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame as the lead singer of Petra during the years when the band won 10 Dove Awards and four Grammy Awards. Schlitt was named the best rock singer in Christian music history by GospelMusicChannel.com. According to the website, Schlitt "remains one of the most distinctive and impactful men to ever stand behind a microphone." Schlitt was also named Male Vocalist of the Year in About.com's 2011 Readers' Poll in a category that included Chris Tomlin, Jeremy Camp, Brandon Heath and Bebo Norman.
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Finding the right partner is challenging enough when both parties come from the same background. But what about when there is a racial, cultural or religious difference? Will crossing these boundaries help the human family beome more unified and less divided? Or do we owe it to our racial group, our cultural heritage, or our religious community to stay within those boundaries when considering a person for marriage? What happens if a Muslim woman marries a non-Muslim man? What happens if an African American woman marries a white man? What happens if an American marries an African? Will it help us understand each other? Or are we asking for a marriage full of conflict and incompatibility?
It is not everyday that we have an opportunity to talk with a history maker! The Reverend Prebendary Rose Hudson-Wilkin holds the historic title as the 79th Chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons and is the first woman and the first person of color to serve in this capacity.
Born in Montego Bay, Jamaica, she was only 14 years old when she acknowledged her call to the ministry. She was ordained a priest in 1994, in the first year that the Church of England accepted female ordination. Remaining at St Matthew's Church, she served her curacy from 1994 to 1995.
On August 1, 2015, The Reverend Prebendary Rose Hudson-Wilkin was honored by the Jamaica Cultural Alliance (JCA) in Los Angeles, CA with the JCA Trailblazer Award. On August 2, 2015, she also participated in the closing ceremonies of the 2015 Special Olympic World Games at the historical Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.