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En El Otro Lado

January 20, 2010 | 0 Comments

Part of a three article series providing a look at the mezcla cultural between Mexico and the United States to remind us of the importance of tolerance....

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¡Ahora Sí!

January 20, 2010 | 0 Comments

Part of a three article series providing a look at the mezcla cultural between Mexico and the United States to remind us of the importance of tolerance....

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Part of a three article series providing a look at the mezcla cultural between Mexico and the United States to remind us of the importance of tolerance....

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On the Path of Music Rediscovery

January 20, 2010 | 0 Comments

“It had to cook in my mind, heart and soul before I could devote to the tabla and the practice it would take,” Scheuerell says. “It came to me in a meditative state. I couldn’t ignore the signs. It was like a hammer hitting my head. I knew it at that moment, I had to...

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Just Trying to Survive

January 20, 2010 | 0 Comments

Three international students came to the United States to study, and while they were away, conflict and war erupted, causing a wake of instability in their home countries. Each student’s country has a unique history and set of challenges impacting them in different ways....

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Rite of Passage, or Punishment?

January 20, 2010 | 0 Comments

While FGC has strong ties as a celebratory and positive tradition for the culture, the implications behind the “control” of a woman’s sexuality still linger. In many African cultures, the clitoris is viewed as what turns women into prowling, sexual creatures, unable to control their lust....

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