Tattoo Discrimination

http://mybabybirds.blogspot.com/ It's not often you hear complaints of discrimination from white American men. It's not often they experience it here, obviously. The Sailor is though - for his tattoos. That sounds so stupid, but it's a real issue. It's an issue, because it can prevent him from finding employment after spending years serving his country.      ...more

What Selena Gomez Can Teach Us About Culture

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery; but tell that to Selena Gomez who recently received a lot of flak for her Hindu inspired outfit at the MTV Movie Awards.  “The bindi ain’t a tramp stamp” I believe is what one author said in their critique.  Brilliant. ...more

To be Anything at All

Still playing catch-up from my blog posts on Australia...originally posted February 22 at www.catchcolorjustice.com ...more

How to Be Professional

What does it mean to be professional? That term is open to interpretation. When you're first out of school, however, you're not quite sure what to do. Here's a great list of 40 harsh realities and best practices to help you be more professional (or at least fake it) from Kim Z Dale on Listing Toward Forty. ...more
@30ishMom I wish everyone would post this in their offices.more

5 Ways to Help Kids become Globally Aware

We hear a lot about how kids today need to be "global citizens" and gain skills needed for the 21st century workforce.  But what is the best way to achieve this, especially for younger children?  And shouldn't they have fun learning at this age, without worrying about their international job prospects 20 years down the road? Here are some simple ideas to help you and your family become more globally-aware!...more

Shaka Hislop, ESPN Analyst and Former Soca Warrior Discusses Keeping His Children Connected to Caribbean Culture

As a media partner for the Caribbean American Heritage awards, I was able to interview Shaka Hislop, former Soca Warrior, international soccer player, and current ESPN Analyst. We talked about how he keeps his children connected to his Trinidadian roots while raising them in the United States....more

[VIDEO] Project Runway Winner Anya Ayoung-Chee (Season 9) Discusses How to Connect Children to Caribbean Culture

Eva Greene-Wilson and Anya Ayoung-Chee at the Caribbean American Heritage Awards, Washington DC...more

Christmas Holidays for the Mix Cultured

Well it is getting close to the festivities, and I believe its time to start thinking about what to wear on the special days… Me being a mix of Canadian and Venezuelan, my holidays are a bit different than everybody else I believe…...more