Come as You Aren't!: Feeling at Home with Multicultural Celebrations

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M. Evans and Company, Jan 1, 2005 - Reference - 272 pages
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Whether you are a new member of a multiracial/interfaith family, the father of a same-sex bride, or the mother of an adopted daughter from China, Norine Dresser offers suggestions for mixed families in avoiding social pitfalls at holidays and rituals for birth, coming of age, marriage, death, and other significant life events.

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Contents

Introduction
15
Celebrations in Interfaith Families
27
Celebrations In Multiracial Families
55
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Norine Dresser is a professional consultant, speaker, folklorist, and educator. From 1993 to 2001, she wrote the award-winning "Multicultural Manners" column for the Los Angeles Times. Norine has been interviewed on the Voice of America and numerous other radio and TV shows. She lives in Los Angeles.

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