Jimmy O. Yang – “Crazy Rich Asians” and “How to American” | The Daily Show

Jimmy O. Yang – “Crazy Rich Asians” and “How to American” | The Daily Show

-Welcome to the show. -Thanks for having me. I’m a big fan of yours from Silicon Valley, and now… -(whooping, cheering) -Thank you. -Thank you, thank you. -…now you’ve got the book and you’ve got Crazy Rich Asians, which is coming out to much fanfare. People are really excited about this. -Can you feel the […]

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Double Standards and The Lens of Identity (My ICMI Speech)

Double Standards and The Lens of Identity (My ICMI Speech)

Oh my god. What am i doing? Hi welcome to Just Thinking Out Loud. My name is Desi-Rae. At the end of August earlier this year I attended the International Conference on Men’s Issues. I did a speech it’s called Double Standards and the Lens of Identity. And I also had a panel with Sargon […]

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Bridging the culture gap for immigrants in America #JYSEP

Bridging the culture gap for immigrants in America #JYSEP

– When I was in my home country. I used to love my family and my close friends, the people I grew up with whom I consider family. I would’ve done anything for them but I never thought about serving strangers, helping a stranger in the street. Somebody I’m not ever gonna see again in […]

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Diversity In Young Adult Literature | Leviosa 2016

Lily: Um, to start, I’d like to let everybody introduce themselves and why you wanted to be on the panel. Lily Meade: My name is Lily I’m part of Leviosa’s staff, and I am very happy to be on the panel, but I’m on the panel because Alexa’s like, “Would you like to be on […]

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What Are ‘The Stans’ and How Powerful Are They?

What Are ‘The Stans’ and How Powerful Are They?

Hey everybody, welcome to the all new Seeker Daily! Central Asia is one of the most diverse regions in the world. After centuries of power struggles, nomadic exploration, cultural trade, and independence, today a majority of Central Asia is comprised of five countries. Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan; collectively known as ‘The Stans’. So […]

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TEDxConcorde 2012 – Gilles Vervisch – La Diversité ? Au tableau !

TEDxConcorde 2012 – Gilles Vervisch – La Diversité ? Au tableau !

Translator: Sue Kronenfeld Reviewer: Elisabeth Buffard So what is diversity? (Star Wars music) Well there, for example: no diversity, not one Black, not one Arab, not one woman, only White men. (Laughter) And it’s certainly not very appealing. So when we see that, we do feel a bit like defending diversity. It’s certainly a rather […]

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Multicultural Diversity and the Educational Experience (2017)

[MUSIC PLAYING] A lot of people will try to say, oh, we’ll just put a person of color in something. That’s diversity. I think that’s one of the main misconceptions. People just think diversity is everything physical, everything that you can see right off the bat, but it’s absolutely not. Diversity is more than race. […]

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Global Competence Module 1: Identifying Areas of Self Growth

Good evening everyone. Welcome to our Global Competence Training, part 1. The title of this evenings’ training module is ‘Identifying areas of self growth.’ Um, first, before we get started, I did want to wish everyone a Happy International Education Week for 2016. This week, November 14th through the 18th is International Education Week. I […]

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Doctor Patient Communication: Connecting Through Culture – Kaiser Permanente

Doctor Patient Communication: Connecting Through Culture – Kaiser Permanente

[music, video montage] [voiceover video montage] My love affair with food began at my grandmother’s kitchen. Cooking is like art and it’s like chemistry, and you can combine the two and eat the results. Your body becomes the stuff that you put in it, that you eat because it can definitely enhance your life. My […]

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