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RECEP TUNA

in IZMIR

Çok Kültürlü Projeler

PRESENTED ON MAY 16, 2018
IN IZMIR @ VOL 18

Recep Tuna İzmir'in yeni sakinlerinden. Adresini İzmir'e taşımış olsa da sık sık ülke içinde ve dışında seyahat ediyor. Uluslararası kültür projelerinde edindiği deneyimi artık bağımsız olarak çok kültürlü projeler üretmek için kullanıyor.

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Third Culture Kids

BY MARI SAWAI
@ VOL 9 ON AUG 21, 2013

With globalization comes a great increase in the number of what are termed "third-culture kids." Mari Sawai explains what a third culture kid is and tells us the stories of some of them. She tells us about their advantages, difficulties, and challenges.

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Journey, Cultural Diversity and Dreams

BY KHAIRINI GUAY
@ VOL 12 ON APR 11, 2014

Kairini Guay is a native of Western Sumatra who has lived in Bangor for ten years. You may recognize her as a ramp agent from Bangor International Airport or as a fellow mother at your child's elementary school. Currently, Khairini is studying computer information systems and earning her MBA at Husson University. Here she presents about the colors of her life and her journey through a multicultural world. 

"Presentation of the Day" on August 23, 2014. 

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Stories of Food and Culture

BY TRENT MCBRIDE
@ VOL 8 ON FEB 28, 2015

Trent McBride shares some interesting facts regarding the food we eat and how it relates to the environment and culture, before introducing Tadaku, a service that puts in contact people of various cultures around a table of typical dishes.

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Miami Loves Loving Day

BY DIANA IGLESIAS
IN MIAMI

The Loving Day name comes from Loving v. Virginia (1967), the landmark Supreme Court decision that declared all laws against interracial marriage unconstitutional in the United States. A couple named Richard and Mildred Loving won their right to marry.  Now Loving Day is embraced globally by a diverse range of individuals and organizations, especially popular among interracial, multicultural, international, and interfaith couples - as well as multiracial and multicultural people. 

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"Girls Don't Ask for Seconds" and Other Lessons from a Third Culture Childhood

BY NAMI ISHIHARA
@ VOL 3 ON JUN 02, 2016

Nami Ishihara is often asked "Where are you from?“ and it is not easy for her to answer. In her presentation, she talks about her childhood experience as a Third Culture Kid, growing up between Japanese and American cultures. 

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Finding My Cultural Voice in Comics

BY RUDY VASQUEZ
@ VOL 16 ON JUN 29, 2017

By day Rudy Vasquez is the mild mannered Marketing and Communications Manager for El Paso’s Downtown Management District (DMD)…but by night Rudy pursues his amazing passion for comic animation artistry.

Rudy has worked for independent comic book publishers as a work-for-hire sequential artist for years, but has not published any creator owned work. Now, the artist is laying the foundation for a creator owned project that is an expression of his own voice. In this journey, he has discovered a culturally rich context that reflects life on the border more so, than life in a completely make believe world. 

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Memoirs of a Jamaican-Chinese-Canadian Dragon Lady

BY CAROL WILLIAMS-WONG
@ VOL 17 ON NOV 24, 2017

Chinese-Jamaican by birth, and Canadian by choice, Carol Williams-Wong has lived in Jamaica, Montreal, Hong Kong, is now living in Unionville, Ontario. This is her story of adapting, integrating, embracing and appreciating through active contribution and involvement in her community.

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1 + 1 = 3

BY JAKOB HERMENS
@ VOL 1 ON JAN 26, 2018

Das Cameo Kollektiv ist ein Verein aus kreativen Köpfen mit einem Herz für eine bunte Gesellschaft. Gemeinsam werden Projekte, Kampagnen, Workshops und Publikationen umgesetzt, die Platz für mehr Vielfalt schaffen und den Dialog fördern. Das Cameo Magazin #3 zum Thema „Ankommen“, gab den vielfältigen Perspektiven und Geschichten von 70 Menschen einen Raum. Frydia und Jakob Hermens vom Cameo Kollektiv sprechen über Räume, Austausch und wie aus eins plus eins drei wird.

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Tangata Tiriti: The Hidden Story of the Importance of te Tiriti to You

BY ABBY SUSZKO
@ VOL 39 ON APR 27, 2019

Ko Whakaari te maunga. Ko Kaikarae te awa. Nō Ōtepoti ahau. Ko Ngāti Pākehā rāua ko Ngāti Tonga ōku iwi. Ko Abby Suszko ahau.
Dr. Abby Suszko is tangata tiriti, whose ancestors hail from the United Kingdom, Europe and the Pacific. Currently Abby works as a Kaiārahi Māori at the University of Canterbury, where she facilitates and supports the implementation of bicultural competence and confidence across degree programmes. Charged with this mahi, Abby helps both students and staff upskill on their knowledge and application of te Tiriti o Waitangi, information often missing from their educational experience and work practice. She approaches these conversations, not as an outsider describing a historical Crown-Māori relationship, but as a person whose very identity is founded on te Tiriti. In this Pechakucha, Abby shares a story often hidden from non-Indigenous New Zealanders, that when te Tiriti is rightly understood, it is the very reason they can call Aotearoa home. The intention of this kōrero is to provide listeners with the understanding that with belonging there are responsibilities to our tangata whenua Treaty partner. And that rather than harbouring the suspicion that fully honouring te Tiriti will see them expelled from this paradise, te Tiriti can be embraced as the basis for an enduring and equal partnership.