Cultural Cookies provide a unique way to share the message, “we’re more alike than different!”
We have taken the fun of fortune cookies and combined them with proverbs around the world to show that all human beings share similar experiences in life, no matter how different our backgrounds.
Proverbs in one culture are frequently similar to proverbs expressed in other cultures. For instance, the French “Qui vole un oeuf vole un boeuf” translates to “He who steals eggs steals cattle,” compared to the American proverb “Give him an inch and he’ll take a mile.”
These fun cookies can be used at home to spark discussion, as icebreakers in the office or classroom, an activity during diversity training, or simply on top your desk as a fun way to remind staff or students that people are much more alike than different.
One thought on “Cultural Cookies”
I’m contacting you from National Public Radio.
I’m preparing a program for Monday afternoon about raising biracial/multiracial in America and being of mixed heritage in America. I’d like to talk to you, and possibly have you on the program.
Please let me know at your earliest convenience if you are interested.
I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org