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Jen and Mike were both born and raised in San Francisco, and though they grew up in different cultures, they were united at a classic San Franciscan wedding.
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CANNES: Iranian Oscar-winner Asghar Farhadi drew enthusiastic applause yesterday for one of the most keenly awaited films at Cannes, with a Paris-set tale about love and its agonies.
Steve Cannon on the steps of his anti-establishment gallery, A Gathering of the Tribes, in 1998.
An estimated 6,000 people gathered at the State Capitol where Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton signed the gay marriage bill, Tuesday, May 14, 2013, in St.
It might have taken Walter Mosley 34 years to discover his calling as a writer, but he's certainly made up for lost time.
It's said that comedy acts as a mirror to a nation's key preoccupations, and nowhere is this more true than on the stand-up scene.
"What Color Is Love" is a 2009 movie based on the interracial custody case involving Theodore "Blue" Edwards and his lover Kimberly Van De Perre.
The organizers of PrideFest Milwaukee say they've expanded this year's event to include a new stage along with a broader array of activities and performances than ever before.
Just as the major political parties in Nepal start brushing up their agenda for the soon-to-be held Constituent Assembly elections, an oft-ignored discourse on nation-building seems to have begun at a very latent level.
They are black, Latino, and Asian, all about the same age, all but two of them mothers, all bound to one another today through the happenstance of having long ago shared a particular middle-school teacher.
WHEN U.S. POET Laureate Natasha Trethewey visited my day job at historically black Kentucky State University, she cleared up a couple of things about the honors and duties of her position.
Race relations: Culture Clash stages at The Playhouse New Stages Festival soon. Wiseman Mncube and Darosha Moodley play the leads.
Dumfries Trade Union Council has called a demonstration and rally on Saturday, May 18 to celebrate the multicultural identity of Dumfries and Galloway.
Christine Bragan, Rich Jennings, Michelle Hord-White And Dhanusha Sivajee To Be Honored At The NAMIC Annual Awards Breakfast Set For June 12th As Part Of Cable Connection - Spring , are the recipients of the 2013 Next Generation Leaders Awards to be presented by the National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications .
I wish to echo the honest sentiment of Azmin Hassan, director of the National Unity and Integritation Department, in urging a cessation of racist statements by the media and politicians of ethnic-based parties and NGOs.