Come as You Aren't!: Feeling at Home with Multicultural Celebrations
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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Celebrations in Interfaith Families
Celebrations In Multiracial Families
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African American Amadou Amish Angeles attend Avoid baby's bar mitzvah birth birthday blessing BODY LANGUAGE boys bride and groom bring Buddhist cake candles Carole casket Catholic celebrations cemetery child Chinese Christian church color Congratulations culture customs dance dancers daughter death deceased dress envelopes ethnic event family members father female flowers funeral gay/lesbian girls give GLBT godparents gown grandparents greeting guests Halloween hands Hanukkah Hmong holiday honor Hopi husband iftar interfaith couples interfaith families invited jewelry Jewish Jews ketubah kiss Korean lesbian lives Lucinda male marriage married mitzvah monks mother mourners multicultural multiracial multiracial families Muslim Native American newlyweds numbers offer parents participate party person prayer priest quilt Rabbi reception red envelopes religion religious rice rings rites of passage ritual same-sex Senegalese sometimes spirit symbols takes place temple traditional transgender wear wedding ceremony wedding couple women WORDS Yoruba