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Cultural Transmission, Language
I leaned forward to look for a—“Sharpener! Damn it, how do we say it in Galician?”
Music, Work Life
Meredith Holmgren is part of a new curatorial team that will spotlight little-known stories, historical collections, and present-day issues of women in the United States.
History, Social Justice
Standing on the Edmund Pettus Bridge, I felt a connection to all those men and women.
In my village, most girls stay at home and do domestic work. I was a bit of a wild child.
Immigration & Migration
When I was a little girl, I was confused as to whether I was Armenian or American. Both words sounded alike and looked very similar to me.
Why are they called the Oscars? And what is the Oscar Jinx?
Celebrations, Cultural Transmission, Language
A village festival in the middle of snowy January in an unheated barn? No problem!
Celebrations, Religion & Spirituality
For Tibetans, Losar (ལོ་གསར་ or “new year”) is the biggest celebration of the year, with sixteen days of feasting, gift-giving, and traditional song and dance.
In the summer, the Ferme Seguin in Southern France provides weekly guided tours in French, English, and Occitan.
Art & Design, Social Justice
Elizabeth LaPensée (Anishinaabe, Métis, and a little Irish) creates video games inspired by her indigenous heritage to help heal intergenerational trauma.