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Oklahoma has so many places to explore Native American culture that it will take two posts to get through them all. Here are more sites in Oklahoma that are dedicated to the native people of the Americas. Spiro Mounds A ...
Category: Environment Religion
In the 19th century, many Native Americans across North America were relocated to the territory known today as Oklahoma. The state’s name comes from Choctaw words meaning “red people.” Over 25 Native Am ...
Art can be a bridge to another culture. Islamic art isn’t only about the religion of Islam but about the society as well. Early Islamic art of the 7th century was influenced by other cultures, such as Roman, Byzant ...
Miami, Florida, might be known for its beaches and beautiful weather, but there’s more to southeast Florida than just watersports and sun. It’s culturally and ethnically diverse. If you get to Miami for a vac ...
Category: Religion Spirituality
Montana is the only state with a constitutional mandate that recognizes the cultural heritage of the American Indians and commits to preservation of their cultural integrity. Students from Kindergarten through 12th grade ...
In Venice, California, a church draws people who are open to creative ways of coming together as a community and expressing faith. An actor and activist founded the church called Full Circle with the intent to draw curio ...
Chicago is the third most populous city in the United States. Although 71 percent of Chicagoans identify as Christian, the city is home to many different faiths. Many of the historic church buildings are open for tours. ...
F. Scott Fitzgerald probably coined the phrase “Jazz Age,” a period in American history associated with Prohibition and the roaring twenties. Because jazz was so popular in the illicit speakeasies of the 1920 ...
Category: Holidays and Observances Religion
Bishop Michael Curry, the primate of the Episcopal Church, gave the address at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. If you didn’t get to see the wedding, CNN offers the full text of the wedding address, b ...
In 2017, President Donald Trump issued this proclamation: “During June, we pay tribute to the contributions African Americans have made and continue to make to American music. The indelible legacy of these musicia ...