• Culture warrior Randi Weingarten wants truce in culture war

    There is a reason why you know who Randi Weingarten, the leader of the second-largest teachers union in the country, is.

  • Arabic Culture Quiz

    QUIZ WINNER Saudi Arabia Ambassador to Korea Sami M. Alsadhan (right) presents a certificate and prize money to Kim Sang-yeop (second from right), a student at Dankook University, the winner of the "Quiz on Arab" event about Arabic culture co-hosted by the Embassy of Saudi Arabia, the Korea-Arab Society and Korea University’s Center for Middle East and Islamic Studies of the Asiatic Research Institute on May 15 at Korea University in Seoul.

  • When the Culture Wars Came for NASA

    The naming of the James Webb telescope kindled an unexpected firestorm in the agency and across the wider scientific community.

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    How Generative AI Changes Organizational Culture

    Read just about any business history and you realize just how much a firm’s success depends on its culture. Without the right culture, you can't have successful innovation. You can't compete successfully. You can't thrive over the long term. So, if you want to lead your organization into a future that features generative artificial intelligence, you need to build the right culture for it. In this episode, How Generative AI Changes Organizational Culture, HBR editor Amy Bernstein speaks to two...

  • Cultural threats can lead to violent extremism

    Violent extremism has been on the rise in recent years. This trend poses a global threat to international peace and security. But how do people end up as violent extremists?

  • Tips for reclaiming and refreshing your company culture comms

    It all starts with understanding what promises your company keeps around its employee experience. When companies talk about culture, they’re often describing the set of promises that it makes and keeps (or doesn’t) which comprise the day-to-day employee experience. During a pre-conference workshop ahead of Ragan’s Communications and Culture Conference, Kristin Graham, founder and ‘chief […]

  • 'American Born Chinese' and the Limits of Cultural Representation

    Before the May premiere of his American Born Chinese TV series on Disney+, and following Oscar wins for the movie and actors in Everything Everywhere All At Once, the TV show’s executive producer Kelvin Yu celebrated the strides Asian Americans have made in the film industry at the South by Southwest Festival.  I watched as […]

  • Q: How do you stop hate culture? A: Meet it with love

    In his final Q+A “for a while” host Stan Grant gave viewers an insight into the Wiradjuri concept of Yindyamarra and challenged the media to do better. On Friday in an emotional column for the ABC Grant announced he would be stepping aside from his media roles after Monday’s Q+A, citing the racist abuse directed at […]

  • The changing role of families in Indian wedding culture

    BY ANAM ZUBAIR New Delhi– Indian weddings are renowned for their grandeur and cultural significance, deeply rooted in traditions that have been passed down through generations. However, as society evolves […]

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    To mow or not to mow? Why there's a culture war happening on your lawn

    ViewAs the weather warms and your yard comes to life, so does the debate over what should be done with America's lawns."No Mow May" is the three-word directive dividing neighbors across the country as grass begins to slowly creep up in height. Odds are you've seen it popping up in headlines, trending on social media, or even setting off heated debates in your local gardening chat groups. So, what exactly is it?"No Mow May, at its core, is such a simple idea. You know, you don't mow for a few...

  • Lexington celebrates diverse cultures through annual festival

    LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ)- The Lexington community braved the rain Saturday to celebrate diversity through an annual festival. The DiverCity festival educates, embraces, and celebrates the variety of cultures that makes Lexington a welcoming city. The festival was held at the Robert F. Stephens Courthouse Plaza, and featured a variety of dancers, including salsa, Irish, Mexican, and hip hop groups. There

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    Activist moms spy on each other in culture wars over schooling

    By Elle Reeve and Samantha Guff, CNN Colorado Springs, Colorado (CNN) — Members of the conservative parental rights group Moms for Liberty are known for making impassioned and sometimes spicy speeches to school boards to complain that teachers are supposedly indoctrinating students. This can include mothers, often in the group’s trademark tee, standing at a