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Cultural milestones : who you are is who we are

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Cultural milestones : who you are is who we are
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Anderson, Vanessa
Woulfe, Rebecca
Steckel, Richard
Steckel, Michael
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Dr. Vanessa Anderson Rebecca Woulfe Dr. Richard Steckel Michele Steckel Cultural Milestones: Who You Are is Who We Are

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Enjoy images Cultural Milestones: Who You Are is Who We Are

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LEARN ABOUT YOUR COLLEAGUES In groups of three, find at least 10 things that two of you share in common.

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Milestones Project The Milestones Project uses photographic research to break down barriers, diminish hatred and alleviate fear by common: First tooth Best friends First day of school

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Why Milestones? Show people how we are alike Document childhood experiences in places far and wide Make a difference in the world

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Milestones Timeline 1999, first photograph 2004, first book published and Denver Children's Museum exhibition Annual exhibitions across the globe 2014, DIA exhibition All Here

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Exhibitions 11 international airports (DIA has invited us back 4 times!) 200,000,000+ people have seen the images 26+ countries represented

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Sample Awards Global Tolerance Award, 2003 2005 Ambassador of Peace Award, 2005 Make a Difference Award, 2007 National Educators Association Author Illustrator Award, 2008

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Curriculum Integration Formal and informal venues Books (13 published, a 14 th in publication ) Interactive Workbooks ( e.g. Head Start Teacher Guides ( e.g.Toronto ) National Core (Pearson)

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Message Mutual Respect Understanding Inclusion Acceptance of Others Empathy

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Milestones at Arapahoe Community College 2007 Exhibition for entry way 2015 50 th Anniversary Exhibition 2017 Milestones Project bestowed to ACC Foundation

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Discussion How do we honor and celebrate unique cultures, religions, ethnicities, and find our commonalities?