Black History, Women's History, Hispanic Heritage... ever get confused by all the monthly celebrations? The Family Business takes a look at how we can celebrate our differences without becoming overwhelmed.
Do you sometimes get confused by all the different monthly cultural celebrations - as if you have to make sure to acknowledge every single hashtag and heritage on social media?
In this episode, host Steve Alessi and producer Allen C. Paul discuss how our families can respect and celebrate cultural differences while not becoming divided by them.
You'll discover that with the proper perspective, you and your family can enjoy learning about and embracing other cultural traditions, without feeling pressure or social shame when you don't check every box for every person's background.
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