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4 Traditions You Need To Know About Day of The Dead in Latin America

We are officially in my favorite season of the year. The gradual change of the color of the leaves is a process that fills my soul with reverence for life. This is also the season where many families in Latin America and in the world celebrate Day of the Dead, an occasion when people remember their […]

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10 Fun Facts About Sweden for Kids

Sweden is the third largest country in the European Union and has a total population of 10.2 million. However, less than half of Swedes live in the cities which means that Sweden is a very rural country. Find out how Swedish kids spend their time exploring the numerous forests, lakes, and beaches that make up

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Lessons from a Multicultural Life

“I’m Greek-American, where are you from?” he said.  “I was born and raised in Puerto Rico,” I answered.  “I guess we are both American,” he added. And so it began, our multicultural life over thirty years ago.  Two children, two languages, and three cultures.  Finding a balance between all three was sometimes a challenge, but

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