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CUS1.3- Dot point 6: recognises the importance of flags and other symbols to cultural identity. Recognisisng the 254 Flags of the World

254 Flags of the World

Buy 254 Flags of the World by on GraphicRiver. Flags of the world 236 Flags of Countries and 16 United Nations Flags plus 6 Other Organizations’ Flags Each Fla.

Tartan - cultural identity through textiles - Hands Across The Sea Samplers

Tartan - cultural identity through textiles - Hands Across The Sea Samplers

Wonderful satire on the current political climate and the Time Magazine cover on Latinos matter

Porque Because: Jesus Loves Anchor Babies

The Ndebele have long been a minority, but that has never stopped Ndebele women from sustaining their cultural identity through the powerful visual language of their beaded body adornments and distinctive homestead murals.

The Ndebele have long been a minority, but that has never stopped Ndebele women from sustaining their cultural identity through the powerful visual language of their beaded body adornments and distinctive homestead murals.

Wonderful French glass cabinet.-.French furniture comprises both the most sophisticated furniture made in Paris for king and court, aristocrats and rich upper bourgeoisie, on the one hand, and French provincial furniture made in the provincial cities and towns many of which, like Lyon and Liège, retained cultural identities distinct from the metropolis.

Shop for Century Furniture China, and other Dining Room Cabinets We have combined two of our favorite French collections into one great collection. The city of Bordeaux has always been associated with fine wine.

BRAZIL: PHOTOGRAPHY: HEITOR MAGNO In this series of portraits and double exposure self-portraits, Heitor uses glitch art and pixelation to convey emotions unknown. By interfering with the image and identity, what’s left is a void—an image of what is oppressed and corrupted. In totality this is a reflection of the collective, anonymous and unstable internet cultural identity. Find Heitor and MP on Facebook here and here.

BRAZIL: PHOTOGRAPHY: HEITOR MAGNO In this series of portraits and double exposure self-portraits, Heitor uses glitch art and pixelation to convey emotions unknown. By interfering with the image and identity, what’s left is a void—an image of what is oppre

Identity Tapestry by Mary March. A paticipatory tapestry where participants map aspects of their identity creating this installation reflecting the complexity and interconnecting aspects of identity/ humanity.

Identity Tapestry by Mary March. A paticipatory tapestry where participants map aspects of their identity creating this installation reflecting the complexity and For lauryn interconnecting aspects of identity/ humanity.

SHORT FILM SHOWCASE A Fun, Animated History of the Reformation and the Man Who Started It All    HISTORY AND CIVILIZATIONRELIGIONCHRISTIANITYPOPESCATHOLICISMPROTEST On October 31, 1517, a rebellious German monk named Martin Luther is said to have nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the door of Castle Church. This simple act of protest sparked a religious revolution that would split Western Christianity and shake the foundations of Europe's cultural identity.

See how the legendary Martin Luther sparked the beginning of the Protestant Reformation in this hilarious animated short.

WESTERN CULTURAL IDENTITY IS AMERICAN IDENTITY

Here is a passage from Washington's Farewell Address, in which our first president actually warned us against the neoconservative path, which our nation has

HEITOR MAGNO In this series of portraits and double exposure self-portraits, Heitor uses glitch art and pixelation to convey emotions.

BRAZIL: PHOTOGRAPHY: HEITOR MAGNO In this series of portraits and double exposure self-portraits, Heitor uses glitch art and pixelation to convey emotions unknown. By interfering with the image and identity, what’s left is a void—an image of what is oppre

Meet the 2018 Associate artists.  This is Dipesh Pandya @dixpeches  Dipesh works with sound moving image typography photography spoken word and text compositions. He sets out to explore the languages codes and systems of social and sub-cultural groups through cross-examination of the creation expression and suppression of identities and cultures throughout history as well as their relation to contemporary global socio-political themes. Research and reflection on anthropology sociology…

Meet the 2018 Associate artists. This is Dipesh Pandya @dixpeches Dipesh works with sound moving image typography photography spoken word and text compositions. He sets out to explore the languages codes and systems of social and sub-cultural groups through cross-examination of the creation expression and suppression of identities and cultures throughout history as well as their relation to contemporary global socio-political themes. Research and reflection on anthropology sociology…

Esmaa Mohamoud - Social Justice - Cultural Identity

Esmaa Mohamoud is an African-Canadian sculptor/installation artist working in Toronto.

Sadia Shepard on the Nuances of Immigration and Cultural Identity | The New Yorker

Sadia Shepard on the Nuances of Immigration and Cultural Identity

Sadia Shepard on the Nuances of Immigration and Cultural Identity | The New Yorker

STAGES IN CHILDREN'S DEVELOPMENT OF RACIAL / CULTURAL IDENTITY & ATTITUDES Louise Derman-Sparks

STAGES IN CHILDREN'S DEVELOPMENT OF RACIAL / CULTURAL IDENTITY & ATTITUDES Louise Derman-Sparks

#equality Just because we didn't have the "concept" in words, doesn't mean it wasn't a thing that still happened. people used to think diseases were people being possessed by demons; just because we didn't have a concept of disease doesn't mean they didn't exist until we did. Also, the idea that sexual identities are new is a misconception brought on by white European cultures that invaded. PLENTY of cultures, even long ago, had concepts of sexuality other than straight.

Just because we didn't have the "concept" in words, doesn't mean it wasn't a thing that still happened. people used to think diseases were people being possessed by demons; just because we didn't have a concept of disease doesn't mean they didn't exist.