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Prejudice Against Creativity By Elías Viveros Every one of us lives in a culture that is different, but I am practically sure that, between all of them, there is a common factor. Most people have a full life based on a seri…
Caught in the Middle By Maya Mesh for KidSpirit's Heritage issue. Some people say that being Hispanic can mean a lot of things. It can mean that you are an honor student, a writer, a CEO, even a Supreme Court justice…
The Crescent and I By Abdullah Sayed for KidSpirit's Education issue. Though I live in the middle of the multicultural metropolis of the world, Queens, I find it hard to imagine that any of my non-Muslim friends ar…
Approaching the Value of Life By Elías Viveros Known as one of the most difficult concepts to define, life could be described as any form of existence that includes a cycle of birth, development, reproduction, and death.
Two Traditions: A Multitude of Symbols By Sanya Kochhar in the KidSpirit Numbers & Symbols issue. India is a composite culture, an amalgam of heirlooms left by the various civilizations, empires, and religions born here. Aside fro…
A Personal Exploration of Diversity and Heritage By Samarth Jajoo for KidSpirit's Heritage issue. From a young age I was taught to stand up for my beliefs. More importantly, I was taught to appreciate diversity. We can choose to appreciate …
Jewels of India By Niti Majethia for KidSpirit's Beauty and the Senses issue. I was born and raised in Mumbai, India, a country full of different traditions and values. India has a caste system with different…