Marian Haddad

Writer, Marian Haddad talks about her rich cultural history. Born in Texas to Syrian parents, she talks about the similarities we share across cultures. She recited a poem at the 9/11 memorial ceremony in NYC. Discover A Lot More

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Carte Blanche og Viborg Museums bud på evolutionshistorien i en ny udstillingsform, der sampler kulturhistorisk formidling med greb fra den sensoriske og publikumsinteragerende scenekunst. Carte Blanche and Viborg Museums take on evolution history Discover A Lot More

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North Carolina Culture History

Archaeologist Steve Davis of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill summarizes what life was like for people living in North Carolina during the Paleoindian, Archaic, Woodland, and Mississippian Periods. This short video segment is part Discover A Lot More

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Cultural and Historical Trauma

Created for SW 774: Cultural Factors in Work with Hawaiians: Module 2: Cultural Trauma: History and Care. University of Hawaii – Manoa, Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work. Special thanks to: UHM School of Social Work Lynette Paglinawan Richard Discover A Lot More

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What is EQ?

Destination BC and Destination Canada offer “EQ” sub-licensing for free to every British Columbian tourism organization and I want to give you a very brief overview of why you should take advantage of this. What is EQ? The Explorer Quotient Discover A Lot More

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