multiculturalism

Cinco de Mayo Celebration and the Influence of Mexican Culture in the U.S.

Per a report on Business Insider, Mexicans are amongst the largest ancestry groups in the United States.  Mexicans come in 4th place with a whopping 31+ million Mexicans living in the US. With Germans, Black/African Americans, and Irish preceding in the first three places. This post contains affiliate links.  If you click through and make a purchase, we receive […]

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Insights from an Adoptive Mom {Multicultural Kid Blogs Virtual Baby Shower}

This post is part of the Multicultural Kid Blogs Virtual Baby Shower.  For more information and to link up your own baby posts, see the end of this page. On February 13, 2009, I held my daughter for the first time. She was born 2 days late, after an uneventful (but ridiculously long) labor and

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Merry Christmas! Our Multicultural Christmas Traditions

Readers of this blog will know that our bloggers are a very multicultural group! We are made up of bloggers from all over the world, and many members of our group live in countries that are different from the one they were born in! As the final post in our Christmas in Different Lands series, we asked

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