What is America? What does it mean to be American?

America IS protest.  To be American is to make your views known.  To be patriotic is to stand up for what you believe. The Boston Tea Party was not “civil” or “polite” – and it galvanized a movement that became a nation. In August of 2017, we issued a statement entitled “There is no room... Continue Reading →

We are New Zealand…

Statement in support of New Zealand: We at Cultural Crossroads are shocked and horrified at the terrorist attack on the mosques in Christchurch.  Hatred and violence have no place in a civilized society.  We stand with the victims and with all peoples of the world against all such acts and the fear and hatred that... Continue Reading →

There is no room for hate

To oppose hatred and violence is not making a political statement – it is taking a moral position. To refrain from calling out hatred and violence is to implicitly condone hatred and violence. Cultural Crossroads specifically calls out and disapproves of racism, hatred, and violence.   We also call upon our leaders to take a moral... Continue Reading →

“Just One Person”

Cultural Crossroads believes in a society of peace and mutual respect and in a shared future for all.   We can change the world. This past week, Cultural Crossroads was honored to be involved in One Community: Together in Solidarity, an event which brought together a multiplicity of ethnic groups, faith communities, nonprofits and government agencies,... Continue Reading →

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