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Top Multicultural Posts of 2015: Reader Favorites

The beginning of a New Year is a time to look back and reflect, to take stock before moving forward.  Here at MKB we are proud of how far we have come in the past year in our quest to support and provide resources for families and educators raising little world citizens.  Here is a […]

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Multicultural fashion: Great graphic tees for children this holiday season

There’s nothing like watching a young child take in the letters in the world around them. At a young age, they are captivated by the lines, the shapes and the colors of each letter. As they get older, you can see the light shine in their eyes as they begin to understand that each letter is

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Rosh Hashanah family traditions: Apples and honey for a healthy and sweet New Year

In our family, we celebrate the “New Year” twice a year. On December 31, we try to stay up late so we can shout “Happy New Year” as the clock strikes midnight (or at least until the ball drops in Times Square in New York City at 11 pm our time). This year, we welcomed

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