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The Haitian deportation

The bus arrived at a certain stop and a dark skinned person wanted to enter. The bus driver stopped him and yelled that native persons had precedence. 698 more words


TCK Change – Cece Bell’s El Deafo

Cece Bell both writes and illustrates a humorous and honest memoir/graphic novel about her childhood growing up with a hearing impairment. Cece takes readers from the event of her illness and subsequent deafness at age four, all the way through her fifth grade year. 121 more words


Cultural Identity - Thanhha Lai's Inside Out and Back Again

In the midst of the Vietnam-American War, 10 year-old Hà and her family are forced to flee Saigon. They board a refugee boat to America, and Hà, her mother, and her two older brothers end up in Alabama, where they attempt to heal and start a new life.   100 more words

Cultural Identity

World View - Pam Muñoz Ryan's Esperanza Rising

Esperanza Ortega is a wealthy Mexican girl living with her mother and father during the time of the Great Depression.  When Esperanza’s father is mysteriously murdered and her uncle seems suspiciously involved, Esperanza and her mother flee over the border to California and live in a migrant labor camp where they find work in order to get by.   81 more words

Grief & Loss

Workshop: Creating New Opportunities through Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility

Trostos welcomes participants to our latest workshop “Creating New Opportunities through Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility”. This session will focus on the latest perspectives in CSR, introduction to a method to assess your organisation’s CSR strategy, how culture can drive CSR effectiveness, and discussion around varying reporting standards. 320 more words

Intercultural Awareness

Intercultural self-awareness

As some of you may now (well, none of you), I come from a far, far land called Macedonia. Before you ask, Google it.

In order to present myself, I will just past an assignment I was given in class today. 730 more words

Geert Hofstede