1. MPMS Andrea Barreto, Agency Entourage

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    from American Advertising Federation / Added

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    Hear what Andrea Barreto from Agency Entourage, MPMS Class of 2013, has to say about how the Most Promising Multicultural Students program has helped her to jump start her career.

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    • Shisha Smoking - Final

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      from Aimee Saaib / Added

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      Shisha Smoking in outdoor dining venues. Parramatta, Sydney

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      • Multiculturalism

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        from Eve Dautremant-Tomas / Added

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        This video is a personal view on multiculturalism by the author.

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        • Whites Showing Less Support for Diversity

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          from DDarko2013 / Added

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          • Are Whites More Discriminated Against Than Blacks?

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            from DDarko2013 / Added

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            • Dear White People Movie Gets Whites to Think Racially

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              from DDarko2013 / Added

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              • Leo Wong Digitas MPMS

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                from American Advertising Federation / Added

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                The American Advertising Federation’s Most Promising Multicultural Students Program connects the advertising industry with the nation’s top multiethnic undergraduate seniors. This premier event provides opportunities to recruit fresh talent, to further prepare advertising’s best young prospects and to help the industry’s workforce better reflect the diversity of today’s society.

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                • Keepin' it real

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                  from Nunca Silva / Added

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                  A group of new Canadians are sworn in at a citizenship ceremony held in the Public Library in Parkdale, Toronto in September 2014. A proud and emotional moment for immigrants who are receiving official citizenship status, entitling them to a Canadian passport, the right to vote, and full legal and political membership in the country. There is a wonderful cast of people participating in this official act: the citizenship candidates, who have taken all the hurdles that lie between the decision to leave their country of birth and finally receiving citizenship from the country to which they immigrated. The childrens’ choir of Grade 4 students from Queen Victoria public school who sing a song of love and hope. Two politicians who appear authentic precisely because they speak in cliches only. And then there is the Citizenship Judge in this ceremony, an authentic immigrant with a Polish accent, wise, down to earth, a man who’s “keepin’ it real”: he is speaking about economic and cultural dimensions of being, or becoming, a Canadian - making it and fitting in. He does so in a language that is direct, sincere, and humorous. He comes across as an authority who knows what he is talking about, and who cares about the new Canadians he is addressing. The video is built around selections of his remarks - representing what makes Canada a special country for newcomers. Not the absence of discrimination, economic exploitation, or social injustice, but a sense that we should be accepted as the people we are, with a different cultural background and at the same time with the will to fit in. It may be this degree of acceptance and openness that distinguishes Canada from other immigrant destinations. But let’s not get carried away. The two politicians make sure that we don’t forget the hollowness and insincerity of many welcoming formulas and the sad emphasis on wars, past and present, to characterize the spirit of the Canadian nation. A reminder that we are in Anglo Canada, not in the bilingual or multinational Canada the state claims to be - yet is hopefully getting closer to becoming with every group of immigrants that are sworn in as new citizens.

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                  • Wielokulturowe Warszawskie Street Party 2014 - "kultura nie-dzieli" - relacja

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                    from Kontynent Warszawa / Added

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                    Realizacja/ Realization by: Film Busters filmbusters.pro Produkcja/ Produced by: Kontynent Warszawa - Warszawa Wielu Kultur 2014, Fundacja Inna Przestrzeń, kontynent.waw.pl Więcej informacji/ More information: kontynent.waw.pl/streetparty

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                    • Faith and radicalization - Prof. Riva Kastoriyano

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                      from Projet Aladin / Added

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                      This lecture focus on a very specific aspect of mobilisation among a very small group Muslim youth in Europe. It will discuss the issue of radicalization – an invented concept for religious violence – motivations, New social movements and faith ; Muslim youth and questions of social integration ; Group organization and radicalization and policies to prevent it ; Relevance of the debate on multiculturalism.

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