Wearing a Headdress Is Not Racist (and Cultural Appropriation Is Dumb)

Wearing a Headdress Is Not Racist (and Cultural Appropriation Is Dumb)

without his eyes look like hello friends my name is richie from social awareness I’m sorry you can see my eyes today because I ripped one of my school air lenses and giving them reordered you gotta deal with this for a little bit but today I want to talk about a super fun interesting […]

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The Cultural History of Tai Chi

The Cultural History of Tai Chi

Around 1900 there was an uprising in China called the Boxer Rebellion. A large group of Chinese peasants set out to kill all Chinese Christians and expel foreigners from the country. They used traditional weapons and set fire to several cities. The Boxers performed a ritual that invoked certain gods of the theater to possess […]

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Edmonds CC Campus Community Farm & Cultural Kitchen

Edmonds CC Campus Community Farm & Cultural Kitchen

the Edmonds campus community farm started in March of 2012 thanks to the efforts of horticultural professor Zsofia Pasztor founder of farmer frog a non-profit the builds and maintains school gardens the lot contained a bunch of grass weeds and piles of scraps the farm is transformed into a beautiful community space full of organic […]

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Cross Cultural Research

Cross Cultural Research

So I think cross-cultural research is really important for any social scientific topic not just unbelief. Cultures vary in terms of their everyday routines but also things like their philosophies of life. And it’s both unwarranted and ethnocentric to assume that something you find in one society will hold across the world or in another. […]

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The Rise Of The Soviet Union

The Rise Of The Soviet Union

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s aggressive actions over the past few years have led to suggestions that he may be trying to reinstate the former Soviet Union. So how exactly did the Soviet Union rise to power to begin with? Well, the history of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics begins with the end of the […]

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My New Trap-Jaw Ant Colony

My New Trap-Jaw Ant Colony

It’s always sad when an ant in your care dies. This is a trap-jaw ant queen we caught a few months back. She passed away probably because she wasn’t fertilized. But we have some good news. We’ve got… a brand new ant colony! These new ants are also trap-jaw ants, but an even larger and […]

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Forge of Empires – Cultural Settlements Interview

Forge of Empires – Cultural Settlements Interview

Hello, I’m David! I’m a Community Manager for Forge of Empires Germany and I’m here with Marcel, Game Designer for Forge of Empires and we’re here to talk about an upcoming feature of the game, called “Cultural Settlements”. And to do that, I’ll be asking you a few questions, that I think that our players […]

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