Hello all! Thanks for joining our mission! We are looking forward to celebrating and educating our global community about how culture affects our identity. This a global learning community, so we have resources for different groups of people.
Our team will be putting together educational material for teachers and educators to use for their classrooms. For those who are interested in advocacy efforts, we will be creating infographics and informational material to share in social media. For students, we will be creating a club/organization toolkit for you all to start clubs at your respective schools and campuses.
Our mission is derived from our six pillars, which will be delved into this post.
Heritage is our first pillar that we cherish deeply. Our heritage section at our website will cover material and information, regarding history and culture from the Heritage Months of different ethnic groups in America. We will also be covering holidays and traditions from around the world too.
Trends is our exciting, modern section that allows community members to learn about how culture has affected modern day fashion, music, and literature. We will also be providing information on how we have evolved historically in these sections.
Government is the political go to for those who are interested in learning about how government is set up in different parts of the world. We will also cover different governmental systems and how government has changed or stayed the same throughout time.
From British history to Columbian history, Culture Talk has your back in informing you all about the histories of various regions and countries around the world. We want the global community to learn more about the histories of other nations, and how those histories have an impact our society. today.
Freedom of speech. Freedom of religion. Learn about what laws mean and what rights the governments protect. Our law section provides information about different legal systems and key legal documents that will enrich one's legal knowledge.
Russia has eleven time zones. Vatican City is the smallest country in the world. Ace your next trivia or jeopardy game by looking at the geography section. We will be covering information about the continents, oceans, and seas. Especially, for travelers, this section will serve as guidance for planning your trip. We also discuss about human geography too, such as migration and population patterns.
Join our journey and cherish diversity by checking out our different sections that we have to offer.
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We are so excited to welcome you to our adventure to spreading cultural awareness!
Culture Talk was founded by Anusha Natarajan and established in January 2020 by college students who are passionate about sparking the growth of cultural education through our six pillars: heritage, trends, government, history, geography, and law.
Now with a team of 38 students (and growing!), we collaborate across these six pillars and our multimedia platforms with propagating cultural awareness as our top priority.
Whether you are looking to learn or looking to educate, we are here to guide you in your journey around the world and throughout time!