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Identity & cross cultural dynamics

Below are the best resources we could find on Identity and cross cultural dynamics.

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Self-Portrait in Black and White: Family, Fatherhood, and Rethinking Race

The son of a “black” father and a “white” mother, Thomas Chatterton Williams found himself questioning long-held convictions about race upon the birth of his blond-haired, blue-eyed daughter―and came to realize that these categories cannot adequately capture either of them, or anyone else.

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Racing into the Future

While we too often and too loudly insist that race does not matter, there is a growing body of research that shows race impacts many of our decisions (many with deadly consequences), and that implicit bias and racial anxiety are likely to be greater for those who cling to the belief of a colorblind...

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Are You “AAPI” or “Asian American”? It’s Complicated. | A People’s History of Asian America

How many A’s in AAPI? Dolly & Adrian hear from South Asian, Southeast Asian, and Pacific Islander voices to explore the pros and cons of disaggregating Asian American as a statistical category.

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Hola Papi: How to Come Out in a Walmart Parking Lot and Other Life Lessons

The first time someone called John Paul (JP) Brammer “Papi” was on the gay hookup app Grindr. At first, it was flattering; JP took this as white-guy speak for “hey, handsome.

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Parenting a Third Culture Kid

Third Culture Kids (TCKs): Children who don’t identify with a single culture, but have a more complicated identity forged from their experiences as global citizens.

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Can Filipinos claim “Pacific Islander”? | Breaking The Tabo | Episode 3 | One Down

Filipino Americans are often wondering - are they classified as Hispanic, Asian, or Pacific Islander!? In this week's episode, we explore the classification of "Pacific Islander" and if Filipinos fit into that definition, while also taking a look into the creation of the term "Asian American."

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What Pacific Islanders Want You to Know

“I had to teach myself about myself.”

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Call Me Okaasan: Adventures in Multicultural Mothering

What happens when your child doesn’t speak your native language? How do you maintain cultural traditions while living outside your native country? And how can you raise a child with two cultures without fracturing his/her identity? From our house to your house—to the White House—more and more...

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A Yogic Perspective on Violence

Spirit does not recognize color, gender, class, or nationality. Spirit sees only the heart and the energy that each individual radiates to the Whole—which includes the individual self, along with all else of life (plants, animals, other people, and the rest of nature).

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The Power of Diversity within Yourself - Rebeca Hwang

Rebeca Hwang has spent a lifetime juggling identities—Korean heritage, Argentinian upbringing, education in the United States—and for a long time she had difficulty finding a place in the world to call home.

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