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Get ready for a thrilling adventure with Kristen and Asher, as we explore cultures, languages, and traditions around the world! From different greetings around the world to the depths of the Great Blue Hole, we hope to cultivate a deeper understanding and appreciation of the diverse culture and geographies for families everywhere. Through each episode, we aim to help children become empathetic, creative, and global-minded leaders in their communities. So pack your bags, because it’s time to expand our imagination and become globe-trottin’ explorers in the comfort of our own homes! 

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Join us with our special guest, Ms. Jenny Abeling, the author of "A Kids Book About Long-Term Care." We discuss what long-term care is, why it's important, and how kids and families can support those who need it. Discover the significance of Disability Pride Month and learn how celebrating our differences makes our community stronger and happier. Ms. Jenny shares her insights on the tasks someone receiving long-term care might need help with, and how caregiving can be influenced by culture and language. We also talk about our personal experiences with long-term care and how small acts of kindness can make a big difference. Tune in to hear how we can all play a role in supporting our friends, family members, and community members who need long-term care. Don't miss the heartwarming stories and practical tips for making a positive impact! Stay tuned for our next episode featuring Ms. Dorothy McCleod and Dr. Horace Alexander from the Jamaica Cultural Alliance, where we'll learn more about the beautiful island and people of Jamaica. Please purchase the book, A Kids Book About Long Term Care: https://akidsco.com/products/a-kids-book-about-long-term-care Connect with us: Website: culturekidsmedia.com Email: hello@culturekidsmedia.com Birthday shoutouts and more: hello@culturekidsmedia.com Gal Pal Productions: https://www.galpalproductions.com/ Ms. Jenny Abeling: https://www.jennyabeling.com/
🌍 Join us in this deliciously fun episode as we explore the fascinating world of waffles, inspired by a listener from Nigeria, Tobiangelo. Dive into the rich history and diverse types of waffles enjoyed around the globe! In this episode, discover the ancient origins of waffles, from Greek obelios to medieval European wafers, and learn how waffles made their way to America with Dutch and German settlers. We explore the rich culinary tradition of Belgian waffles, highlighting the unique Liege and Brussels waffles. We also journey to the Netherlands to uncover the story behind stroopwafels, thin syrup-filled treats best enjoyed with a hot drink, and to Hong Kong to explore the street food sensation of bubble waffles. Finally, we discuss the beloved American combination of fried chicken and waffles! Celebrate the universal love for waffles and the connections they create across continents in this mouthwatering episode. 📪 For Comments & Birthday Shouts: hello@culturekidsmedia.com 📞 Leave us a voicemail! http://culturekidsmedia.com ⭐️ Instagram: @culturekidsmedia 🎹 Music: Theme song composed by Kristen Kim. Arranged and recorded by Robin Lai All other music: Envato Elements Sources: Dark Rye and Honey Cake" by Regula Ysewijn https://time.com/3957420/waffles/ https://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/liege-waffles https://www.pbs.org/food/stories/history-chicken-and-waffles#:~:text=The%20earliest%20American%20chicken%20and,with%20pulled%20chicken%20and%20gravy. https://www.pbs.org/video/chicken-red-velvet-waffles-vs-polish-boys-pierogies-xmgdtd/
Delivering a little extra dose of fun this week! Get ready to giggle, chuckle, and laugh as we share silly jokes from our listeners, from classic one-liners to modern-day zingers. We will be back next week with our regular programming:) Featuring: Asher Kim Nicholas and Adeline Kim Comments, questions, birthday shoutouts: hello@culturekidsmedia.com Website: http://culturekidsmedia.com Instagram: @culturekidsmedia
We have a special collaboration this week with one our favorite shows, Koala Shine to learn about the upcoming SUMMER OLYMPICS! 🌞. Today, we've combined forces with their host, Kelly to take you on an epic adventure through the history of the Olympics! The Time Machine is ready, our special guest, Mr. David Schafer is on the line, and we have fun facts and jokes at the ready- so what are you waiting for? 🚀 Koala Shine is a show of mindful kids' short stories, with adventures taking us all over the globe and even out of this world! In every episode, you'll learn something new, with cool facts and jokes, topsy-turvy tales and even the opportunity for you to be on the pod too. Koala Shine is meaningful, mindful entertainment for developing brains, with not a screen in sight! Search Koala Shine on your favourite player, and hit 'follow' so you never miss an episode! Subscribe to Koala Shine+ for ad-free, uninterrupted adventures! https://koalashine.supercast.com/ 🌞. Upgrade to Koala Shine Plus for full ad-free access to our collection of kids’ shows, with bonus adventures and 8-hour episodes ⭐️ Subscribe via Apple Podcasts or visit https://koalashine.supercast.com/ Koala Shine: Instagram 📸 @koalakids.fm Tiktok ⏰ @koalakids.fm Narrator 🎙️ Kelly MacBride, Kristen Kim & Asher Kim Original Music 🎸 Sokratis Seirlis Culture Kids: 📪 For Comments & Birthday Shouts: hello@culturekidsmedia.com 📞 Leave us a voicemail! http://culturekidsmedia.com ⭐️ Instagram: @culturekidsmedia 🎹 Music: Theme song composed by Kristen Kim. Arranged and recorded by Robin Lai All other music: Envato Elements
We're taking a vibrant journey to the beautiful island of Jamaica! Join us as we welcome special guests Ms. Dorothy and Mr. Horace from the Jamaica Cultural Alliance. Together, we uncover the rich history, diverse landscapes, and unique cultures of Jamaica. Discover the warm, friendly greetings of Jamaicans and the island's motto, "Out of many, one people." Learn about the Taíno people, the Maroons, and how various cultures have shaped Jamaica into the melting pot it is today. We'll explore the stunning beaches, lush mountains, and fascinating landmarks like the Blue and John Crow Mountains, Dunn's River Falls, and the magical Green Grotto Caves. Hear about the languages spoken in Jamaica, including the local dialect, Patois, and the influence of Spanish. And for those with a love for adventure, find out about the ecotourism opportunities and bird-watching experiences that await. As always, our episode is filled with fun and learning, with a special birthday shoutout and heartwarming messages from our listeners. Don't miss the chance to dive into the wonders of Jamaica and learn how to celebrate our differences with curiosity, equality, and respect. 🇯🇲 Jamaica Cultural Alliance: https://jamaicaculture.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JamaicaCulturalAlliance/ 📪 For Comments & Birthday Shouts: hello@culturekidsmedia.com 📞 Leave us a voicemail! http://culturekidsmedia.com ⭐️ Instagram: @culturekidsmedia 🎹 Music: Theme song composed by Kristen Kim. Arranged and recorded by Robin Lai All other music: Envato Elements
Join us as we welcome Mr. Sayon from the United Cambodian Community! In this episode, you'll discover the enchanting world of Cambodian night markets, filled with delicious foods, vibrant crafts, and fascinating traditions like shadow puppetry. Learn about the unique flavors of Cambodian cuisine, including prahok, and the communal joy of these bustling markets. Plus, hear heartfelt messages from our listeners and get ready to embrace new adventures. Don't miss out on the fun—subscribe, and leave us a 5-star rating for a special shoutout on the show! Cambodian Shadow Puppets: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkwlplUOW4g&t=4s https://ich.unesco.org/en/RL/sbek-thom-khmer-shadow-theatre-00108 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gtvu5L8jX1g United Cambodian Community: https://ucclb.org/ Follow here to receive updates on the next Night Marklet! FB: https://www.facebook.com/ucclb IG: https://www.instagram.com/uccoflongbeach/ Culture Kids Website (leave us a voicemail here!) http://culturekidsmedia.com Instagram: @culturekidsmedia Please leave us a 5 star rating on Apple! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/culture-kids-podcast/id1649055929 Comments, birthday shoutouts and more: hello@culturekidsmedia.com
In this episode we welcome back Dr. Victor Santos, a children's book author and linguist, to dive into the fascinating world of languages, dialects, and accents. Join us as we explore how accents tell wonderful stories about the people around us and reflect their unique cultural backgrounds. Dr. Santos shares insights on the difference between dialects and languages, and how accents add to the vibrant diversity of our global society. We also discuss practical tips on how to communicate with friends who speak differently and the importance of embracing our differences with kindness and curiosity. Tune in to learn how accents can be a window into new experiences and friendships. Don't miss this exciting adventure in understanding the beauty of accents! Dr. Victor Santos: https://www.authorvictorsantos.com/ Purchase What Makes Us Human HERE. ******************************************************* To our valued listeners: please consider requesting that your local library add a copy of What Makes Us Human to their collection! To request a book purchase with your library (you must be a patron), you can simply Google for your library's name plus the keywords "suggest a title" or "request a title" and it should take you to a form where you can request a copy of What Makes Us Human using the information provided in the email template below. If that does not work, you can simply email your library using the wording in the email below (all you need to do is fill in your name): Subject: Book Purchase Request for Library Collection To the person in charge of acquisitions of children's books,  My name is (Your name) and I am a patron of the library.  I would like to request purchase for our collection of a wonderful new non-fiction children's book called "What Makes Us Human". The book, on the theme of language, languages, and cultural diversity, has received a starred review from School Library Journal and has been chosen by UNESCO as the official children's book for the United Nations International Decade of Indigenous Languages. Below is further information about the book: ISBN: 978-0802856258 Publisher: Eerdmans Books for Young Readers Year: 2024 Format: Print More information: starred School Library Journal review and very positive reviews by Booklist and Hornbook.  I believe this book would be an incredible addition to our library's collection and a way for our library to show our patrons that it cares about linguistic and cultural diversity.  Thank you for considering adding "What Makes Us Human" to your collection. Best regards,  (Your Name) ******************************************************* Birthday shoutouts, comments: hello@culturekidsmedia.com Please leave us a 5 star rating!: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/culture-kids-podcast/id1649055929 Instagram: @culturekidsmedia
Hop on board the Culture Train to the Amazon Basin, uncovering the secrets of these notorious fish. Discover the different types of piranhas, their unique behaviors, and debunk some common myths about these often misunderstood creatures. From the infamous red-bellied piranha to the lesser-known wimple piranha, we’ll explore their habitats, diets, and surprising facts that make these fish so intriguing. Get ready for an educational and fun adventure, packed with interesting tidbits about piranhas and the vibrant ecosystem of the Amazon Rainforest. Don’t miss out on this exciting episode filled with discovery and learning. Birthday shoutouts, comments: hello@culturekidsmedia.com Send us a voicemail: hello@culturekidsmedia.com Website: http://culturekidsmedia.com Instagram: @culturekidsmedia Please leave us a 5 star rating!: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/culture-kids-podcast/id1649055929 Sources: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/14-fun-facts-about-piranhas-180951948/ https://nationalzoo.si.edu/animals/red-bellied-piranha https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6681833/ https://wildlife.ca.gov/Conservation/Invasives/Species/Characidae https://www.ornl.gov/division/projects/piranha https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/animals/fish/facts/red-bellied-piranha https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC10561132/
Have you ever wondered, "Why do languages matter?"Dr. Victor Santos, author of What Makes Us Human, a poetic riddle about language, history, and culture released in partnership with UNESCO for the International Decade of Indigenous Languages, helps us uncover the powerful role languages play in shaping our identities, cultures, and communities. In this episode, we explore the perks of being multilingual and multicultural, the unique sounds and structures of different languages, and the intriguing work of linguists. Perfect for curious kids and their grown-ups, this episode will inspire you to appreciate the diversity of languages and understand why preserving them is crucial. Tune in for fun facts, insightful discussions, and a special quiz about the number of languages in the world! Don’t miss out on the adventure—hit subscribe and stay tuned for more exciting episodes. Dr. Victor Santos: https://www.authorvictorsantos.com/ Purchase What Makes Us Human HERE. ******************************************************* To our valued listeners: please consider requesting that your local library add a copy of What Makes Us Human to their collection! To request a book purchase with your library (you must be a patron), you can simply Google for your library's name plus the keywords "suggest a title" or "request a title" and it should take you to a form where you can request a copy of What Makes Us Human using the information provided in the email template below. If that does not work, you can simply email your library using the wording in the email below (all you need to do is fill in your name): Subject: Book Purchase Request for Library Collection To the person in charge of acquisitions of children's books,  My name is (Your name) and I am a patron of the library.  I would like to request purchase for our collection of a wonderful new non-fiction children's book called "What Makes Us Human". The book, on the theme of language, languages, and cultural diversity, has received a starred review from School Library Journal and has been chosen by UNESCO as the official children's book for the United Nations International Decade of Indigenous Languages. Below is further information about the book: ISBN: 978-0802856258 Publisher: Eerdmans Books for Young Readers Year: 2024 Format: Print More information: starred School Library Journal review and very positive reviews by Booklist and Hornbook.  I believe this book would be an incredible addition to our library's collection and a way for our library to show our patrons that it cares about linguistic and cultural diversity.  Thank you for considering adding "What Makes Us Human" to your collection. Best regards,  (Your Name) ******************************************************* Birthday shoutouts, comments: hello@culturekidsmedia.com Please leave us a 5 star rating!: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/culture-kids-podcast/id1649055929 Instagram: @culturekidsmedia
First stop, West Africa, where we dive into the spicy and vibrant world of the pepper fruit. Learn how this small but mighty fruit is used in cooking, medicine, and cultural traditions. Next, we travel to Northeast India to discover the fascinating Buddha's hand fruit. Find out why this unique, finger-like citrus is beloved for its sweet fragrance and how it can be turned into delicious candies. Our journey continues to Southeast Asia, where we uncover the sweet and tangy delights of mangosteen, often called the queen of fruits. Learn about its creamy white flesh and why it's such a rare treat in the United States. Lastly, we visit South China to learn about the beloved lychee, a favorite among the Cantonese. Discover how to enjoy this juicy, candy-like fruit and its cultural significance. Don't miss out on this fruity adventure filled with fun facts, cultural insights, and delicious discoveries! Tune in to hear about the health benefits of these fruits and get inspired to try new flavors at home. Remember to subscribe, leave us a review, and reach out to us at hello@culturekidsmedia.com with your feedback and suggestions. Birthday shoutouts: hello@culturekidsmedia.com Website: http://culturekidsmedia.com (Please click on support!) Instagram: @culturekidsmedia Buddha's Hand candy recipe: https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/240755/candied-buddhas-hand-citron/
Join us for an exciting episode where we explore the vibrant and joyful world of Hindu weddings! 🎉✨ We welcome a special guest, Ms. Aditi, a children's book author and cultural educator, to share all about the rich traditions and colorful celebrations of Hindu weddings. From the beautiful sarees and lehengas to the lively dance parties and meaningful ceremonies, you'll learn why these weddings can last for days and why they are so special. We'll learn about fun pre-wedding customs like the Haldi ceremony, where the bride and groom get a glowing makeover with turmeric, and the Sangeet, a music and dance party that brings families together. Discover the significance of the mandap, the beautiful structure where the wedding takes place, and the symbolic rituals that unite two families. Tune in to find out why Hindu weddings are not just about two people but about the union of families, traditions, and lots of fun! Whether it's riding a horse to the wedding or dancing with family and friends, there's something magical for everyone. And remember, grown-ups, please leave us a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts to help our show grow. Thank you for your support! Join us at www.culturekidsmedia.com for more episodes and to support our show. Comments, questions, shoutouts: hello@culturekidsmedia.com Instagram: @culturekidsmedia Support: http://culturekidsmedia.com Raising World Children: https://raisingworldchildren.com/ Ms Aditi Singh's Instagram: @raisingworldchildren
In this episode, join us as we embark on a flavorful journey to South Korea, Kristen's hometown. From the bustling streets of Seoul to the serene landscapes of Jeju Island, discover the vibrant culture and rich traditions of this captivating country. Get ready to tantalize your taste buds as they dive into the delicious world of kimbap, a beloved Korean dish filled with colorful ingredients and wrapped in savory seaweed. Learn about the history, cultural significance, and art of making kimbap, and get inspired to create your own culinary masterpieces at home. Plus, join in the fun as they share tips, anecdotes, and a special invitation for listeners to explore South Korea's fascinating culture further. Hop aboard and let the adventure begin! Comments, birthday shoutouts: hello@culturekidsmedia.com To support and sponsor our work, please visit: http://culturekidsmedia.com Please leave us a rating on Apple or Spotify and be featured on our show!: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/culture-kids-podcast/id1649055929 Episode produced and scripted by: Kristen and Asher Kim Sound design and edit by: Kristen Kim Post Production: Robin Lai Music: Envato Elements Instagram: @Culturekidsmedia
Embark on a delicious journey as we explore the vibrant world of fruits! From the spiky durian of Southeast Asia to the versatile breadfruit of the Pacific Islands, and the antioxidant-rich acai berry from the Amazon rainforest, we'll explore the diverse flavors, cultural significance, and health benefits of these delicious treasures. Join us as we peel back the layers of these fruity delights, inviting kids to expand their taste horizons, celebrate cultural diversity, and embark on a mouth-watering adventure that tickles the senses and nourishes the soul. Comments, birthday shoutouts: hello@culturekidsmedia.com Website: http://culturekidsmedia.com Instagram: @culturekidsmedia Music By: Envato Elements Audio Engineering: Robin Lai Written and Produced By: Kristen and Asher Kim Sound Design: Kristen Kim
Dive into the colorful world of Kangas with special guest, educator, and children's book author, Ms. Maria Biswalo. From the origins of the Kanga as a coastal garment to its significance in Tanzanian culture and beyond, we explore its diverse uses and the powerful messages woven into its fabric. Learn about the rich symbolism behind the intricate patterns and writings adorning Kangas, and discover how this versatile cloth serves as a unifying force in communities. Plus, journey with us as we learn some Kiswahili words! Comments, birthday shoutouts and more: hello@culturekidsmedia.com Leave us a review!: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/culture-kids-podcast/id1649055929 Maria Biswalo: https://www.instagram.com/hadithizamama/ Buy Mama's Magical Kanga Here: https://www.amazon.com/Mamas-Magical-Kanga-Maria-Biswalo/dp/3949620001
Join us for a special episode of Culture Kids as we dive into the world of Pokémon with our hosts, Asher and Kristen! In this empowering family podcast, we explore the cultural significance of Pokémon and its impact on generations worldwide. Featuring special guests, Ms. Veronica Taylor, the original voice of Ash Ketchum, and Rena Taylor, an artist, painter, and podcaster, this episode delves into the journey of becoming iconic characters and the importance of family collaborations. From discussing favorite Pokémon characters to exploring the values of friendship, teamwork, and striving to be the best, Veronica and Rena share insights that resonate with Pokémon fans of all ages. Join us as we celebrate the magic of Pokémon and the lessons it teaches about community, growth, and believing in oneself. Don't miss out on this fun-filled adventure as we catch 'em all on Culture Kids!
Join us on a delicious journey as we explore the world of sushi! We'll learn about the fascinating history and cultural significance of sushi in Japan, from its humble beginnings in ancient Southeast Asia to its evolution into the beloved dish we know today. Along the way, we'll learn about different types of sushi, including nigiri, makizushi, temaki, and more, and discover the proper sushi etiquette to enjoy this culinary delight like a pro. Plus, we'll share some fun facts and personal anecdotes that will leave you craving for more sushi knowledge! So grab your chopsticks and soy sauce, and let's embark on this sushi adventure together. Don't forget to subscribe and leave us a review, and visit www.culturekidsmedia.com to vote for us in the Webby Awards! Please Vote Here! Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Kids & Family Comments, birthday shoutouts: hello@culturekidsmedia.com
Hop aboard the Culture Train to discover the enchanting world of koalas! In this adventurous episode, we discover the unique ecosystem of Australia, exploring the habitats, behaviors, and challenges faced by these iconic marsupials. Learn fascinating facts about koalas, from their adorable appearance with fluffy ears and distinctive black noses to their specialized diet of eucalyptus leaves. Through engaging games of true or false, we debunk common misconceptions and uncover the surprising truths about koala behavior and biology. Discover the significance of eucalyptus forests in the lives of koalas and the conservation efforts aimed at protecting their habitats. From the challenges of deforestation and climate change to the importance of individual actions in supporting koala welfare, this episode sheds light on the vital role we all play in preserving wildlife and natural ecosystems. Birthday shoutouts and comments: hello@culturekidsmedia.com Instagram: @culturekidsmedia World Wildlife Fund:
Join us on this episode as we learn about Ramadan and Eid Al Fitr with Mr. Omar, spokesperson for the Islamic Center of Southern California. This episode is filled with insights into the Islamic holy month of fasting, self-reflection, and prayer, as well as the joyous celebration that marks its end. Discover the rituals and traditions observed during Ramadan, from the pre-dawn meal of Suhoor to the breaking of the fast at sunset with Iftar. Learn how fasting fosters empathy, discipline, and kindness, and explore the importance of peace in Islam, symbolized by the phrase "Peace be upon him" when referring to the Prophet Mohammed. As Mr. Omar shares his experiences and perspectives, we provide commentary and reflections, highlighting the similarities and connections between different religious practices and the values they uphold. Whether you're celebrating Ramadan or simply curious to learn more about this important Islamic observance, this episode offers educational insights and heartfelt conversations. Tune in now! Birthday shoutouts, comments: hello@culturekidsmedia.com Instagram: @culturekidsmedia Islamic Center of Southern California https://www.islamiccenter.com/ https://www.islamicity.org/
Join us as we explore the world of Holi, the Hindu festival of colors, with special guest Ms. Ajanta, founder of Bollywood Groove & Culture Groove. We explore the rich cultural significance of Holi, its mythology, and the values it teaches, such as bravery, friendship, and inclusivity. We learn about the origins of Holi, its traditional rituals, and the festivities that bring communities together across India and more. Ms. Ajanta shares her expertise on Indian dance and literature, highlighting storytelling with movement to bring Holi and other festivals to life for children. The episode explores the playful traditions of Holi, including the use of colorful powders, water balloons, and festive music that fill the streets with laughter and joy. Discover the mouthwatering delights of Holi snacks like goojiiya and refreshing drinks like thandai, as we discuss the culinary delights that accompany this lively celebration. Through music, dance, and stories, listeners are invited to embrace the spirit of Holi and celebrate the triumph of good over evil, unity, and the beauty of diversity. Birthday shoutouts: hello@culturekidsmedia.com Leave us a 5 star rating on Apple & Spotify! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/culture-kids-podcast/id1649055929 Instagram: @culturekidsmedia Culture Groove & Bollywood Groove https://www.bollygroove.com/ Culture Groove & Bollywood Groove YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/culturegroovekids Instagram: @culturegroovekids Holi Music: Jai Jai Shiv (Family friendly version): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uT2JA26MqmY Adult supervision recommended for this version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGneAab3e88 Holi Baby Shark: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2JZG5AW3hU
In this episode, we're joined once again by Mr. Justin Ahasteen, the Executive Director and Ambassador for the Navajo Nation Washington Office. This episode serves as part 2 of our series on Navajo Nation. If you haven't listened to part 1 yet, please do so before tuning into this episode. We dive into the world of Navajo jewelry, exploring the significance of turquoise, a sacred stone believed to bring happiness, luck, and good health. Mr. Ahasteen shares how Navajo silversmiths craft intricate pieces adorned with turquoise, embodying centuries of tradition and storytelling. The conversation then shifts to Navajo clothing, where we discover the art of weaving sheep wool into intricate patterns and designs. From velvet skirts to rug dresses, each garment reflects the Navajo people's connection to their land and heritage. Mr. Ahasteen sheds light on the sacred ceremonies and rituals central to Navajo spiritual life. From Blessing Way ceremonies restoring harmony and balance to Enemy Way ceremonies addressing emotional conflicts, listeners gain insight into the profound healing traditions of the Navajo people. We're introduced to Navajo art, where sand paintings and pottery serve as expressions of cultural identity and reverence for the natural world. With every stroke of color and carved symbol, Navajo artists convey stories of creation, resilience, and connection to the land. Throughout the episode, Mr. Ahasteen emphasizes the importance of supporting Navajo artists and artisans, encouraging listeners to explore Navajo culture and contribute to its preservation. From purchasing handmade jewelry to learning about Navajo mythology, there are countless ways to show appreciation for this community. As the conversation concludes, we reflect on the lessons learned and the beauty discovered in our exploration of Navajo culture. Inspired by the resilience and creativity of the Navajo people, we encourage listeners to embrace diversity, celebrate heritage, and foster a deeper connection to the world around them. For birthday shoutouts: hello@culturekidsmedia.com Navajo Nation Resources: About the Navajo Nation Washington Office https://www.nnwo.org/ Navajo Tourism: https://discovernavajo.com/ Radmilla Cody (Musician) https://radmillacody.com/home Sihasin (Musician) https://sihasin.com/ Connor Chee (Classical pianist & composer) https://www.connorchee.com/ To discover more Native American contemporary musicians: https://canyonrecords.com/ Barbara Teller Ornelas (Rug Weaver) https://navajorugweavers.com/ Orlando Myerson (Sandpainter) https://www.penfieldgallery.com/artistssandpaint/orlando-myerson-navajo-sandpainting-31.html Navajo Rugs https://www.navajorug.com/
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