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Multiculturalism and Racism Can Destroy Us

Multiculturalism and Racism Can Destroy Us

Culturism hates racism for many reasons. Western culturism is dedicated to saving of Western civilization. Racism is not only stupid, it is dangerous to Western Civilization. America, a central pillar of Western...
Studying Cultural Patterns

Studying Cultural Patterns

By Isaac Dashner Special to CSMS Magazine People and cultures are extremely complex and consist of numerous interrelated cultural orientations in addition to beliefs and values. A useful umbrella term that allows...
POUR LEUR PROPRE SÉCURITÉ LES GRANDES PUISSANCES DOIVENT AIDER LE PEUPLE HAÏTIEN

POUR LEUR PROPRE SÉCURITÉ LES GRANDES PUISSANCES DOIVENT AIDER LE PEUPLE HAÏTIEN

Par Gérald Bloncourt Spécial pour CSMS Magazine  La gigantesque catastrophe qui s’est abattue sur Haïti, a bouleversé la conscience Mondiale. Elle a mobilisé des millions d’être humains de toutes les...
Being Intercultural and how this affects our Esol children

Being Intercultural and how this affects our Esol children

By Jennifer Goykhman Special to CSMS Magazine There are many important factors to take in consideration when being intercultural. Not only does the home culture affect the person but also the culture of the neighborhood,...
It is important to sometimes say NO to a friend

It is important to sometimes say NO to a friend

By Anisia Jones In life, especially in professional life, everyone has priorities. It is not wise to let others infringe upon your load or rights to meet your obligations. Life is full of circumstances that too...
Le Seggae

Le Seggae

Par Paul. E. François   CSMS Magazine Qui ne connaît pas le Reggae ! Une musique  profondément inspirée de la culture jamaïquaine, ayant pour créateur un certain Bob Marley. Incontournable personnage...
Invisible cultural traits and the change of attitude towards Haitian students in the Bahamas

Invisible cultural traits and the change of attitude towards Haitian students in the Bahamas

By Barbara Davis Thompson Special to CSMS Magazine The phrase “much of culture is invisible” is in fact true. Culture is not a tangible thing that can be touched, but rather something that is experienced...
Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack

Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack

By Crystal Jenkins Special to CSMS MagazineIn reading Peggy McIntosh’s article, “White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack,” it brought many things to my attention. My experience as being a student...
Understanding cultural diversity and interpersonal communication

Understanding cultural diversity and interpersonal communication

By Jessie Hailey  Special to CSMS MagazineIf you see someone with a clenched fist and a grim expression, you do not need words to tell you that this person is not happy. If you hear someone’s voice quaver...
Pay attention to non verbal communication when we teach in multiethnic classrooms

Pay attention to non verbal communication when we teach in multiethnic classrooms

By Fonseca Monsalve RuizSpecial to CSMS MagazineCommunication is so important that even pregnant women talk to their babies even when they are still in their wounds.  Having this conversation with the baby is...

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