Art, a pillar of Rojava’s revolution

Art, a pillar of Rojava’s revolution

For the strings of music, I put the refugee wires in here. To know someone, you must know their history, you get to know them through their sculptures, music, Culture and art. Culture and art are the mirror of the people. Ji dema dirêj ve Kurd wek gelê çiya hatin naskirin. Ji serdema Mezopotamiya kevnar […]

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ASIAN | How You See Me

ASIAN | How You See Me

– There’s a really good King of the Hill episode where the neighbor’s, you know, from Laos. He’s Laotian. Hank Hill’s like, “So are you Chinese or are you Japanese?” Right? And then the guys like, “No, I’m from Laos, you know, “it’s a southeast Asian country.” And then, in the end, he’s like, “Okay,” […]

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Launeddas: the Mediterranean ancestor of the bagpipes | Dante Olianas | TEDxViaTirso

Launeddas: the Mediterranean ancestor of the bagpipes | Dante Olianas | TEDxViaTirso

Revisore: Angela Dettori Launeddas: l’antenato mediterraneo delle cornamuse Un benvenuto alle signore e ai signori che oggi partecipano a questa conferenza in cui parleremo di uno strumento musicale particolare chiamato launeddas. Si tratta di uno strumento che esiste solo in Sardegna ma ha origine o si è diffuso anche in altre parti del pianeta. Per […]

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The U.S. and Egypt Partner to Preserve Cultural Heritage

The U.S. and Egypt Partner to Preserve Cultural Heritage

Ancient objects and sites are not just beautiful to look at but help complete our understanding of the ancient world. Civilizations and cultures fight hard to protect and preserve their heritage, but the destruction of cultural artifacts is on the rise. Risks to preserving cultural heritage include unsustainable tourism and looting during times of civil […]

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Anton Enus

Anton Enus

I’ve been accused or suspected of being everything from Greek, to Portuguese, to Lebanese, to Brazilian, to…you name it. I would say the best advice I could give is, just ask. If you’re not sure about something, ask. It’s OK to talk about things that give us our ethnic diversity. But if you’re not sure […]

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Cultural Terminology 101

Cultural Terminology 101

LGBT… Q. I. A. We often hear at least four of these letters and maybe even a plus sign and we don’t always know what they mean but we know that in Christian circles we often hear the term same-sex attraction but it’s worth getting to know what these terms mean and why people choose […]

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Pop culture is dead! | Phil Miller | TEDxWoking

Pop culture is dead! | Phil Miller | TEDxWoking

Translator: Boram Lee Reviewer: Elisabeth Buffard Thank you very much, that was a very grand intro, and no, I don’t play the piano and surf at the same time, I don’t think that would work. But it’s a great morning, this morning, you’re having a good time? Audience: Yeah. PM: Right. That’s good. Because I’m […]

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PLACE | TRATUÁRIO : FROM A PLACE

PLACE | TRATUÁRIO : FROM A PLACE

“The stone is extracted up there you see where its foggy? you see? that mountain of stones? It falls on those crossbars, which is the primary and then it suffers the transformation. It goes all this way and then the gravel comes out, it comes with shafts and allometrics.” “See, the stone comes from up […]

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How Rubby Valentin Represents Latinx & Queer Identities in His Genre-Mixing Music | SEEN | NowThis

How Rubby Valentin Represents Latinx & Queer Identities in His Genre-Mixing Music | SEEN | NowThis

(upbeat music) Well, I grew up in New York City and I grew up around huge underground artists, that at the time I didn’t know were gonna be huge. I went to boarding school, so I was escape to New York City for a weekend and got like my dose of underground music. Like that’s […]

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