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Learn Tips to Increase Cultural Awareness and to Celebrate Diversity

#gno information!

You don't need to travel the world to be culturally aware or to embrace diversity. In the same vein, you don't need to take your kids out of the country to teach them about and how to appreciate other cultures.

Click here to join your fave #gno gals along with Putumayo Kids Music Tuesday, January 26 from 9-11 ET p.m. at the weekly #gno Twitter party to learn how to increase cultural awareness and celebrate diversity—for you and your kids!

  • What: Girls' Night Out (#gno) Twitter party (Click here to learn about #gno!)
  • Who: Thanks to Putumayo Kids for sponsoring!
  • When: Tuesday, January 26, 9-11 p.m. EST (8CT, 7 MT, & 6 PT)
  • Where: Party with here us on our custom Tweetgrid. (Use hashtags #gno and #putumayokids.)
  • Topic: Cultural Awareness and Diversity
  • Who: @connectingmom @jessiev @lizstrauss @parentella @putumayokids @spanglishbaby
  • Party Favors: Click here to enter for a chance to win a Putumayo Kids CD collection of music from around the world ($180 value) Deadline: Wednesday, January 27 at midnight PT.
  • RSVP: Use Mr. Linky below (enter the twitter URL and your twitter ID (e.g., http://twitter.com/jyl_momIF). If you would like to include your blog, please enter it next to your name. Make sure to include your twitter URL in the URL line. Please do not enter your blog URL there.
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    Note: Mom It Forward accepts paid sponsorships for most #gno Twitter parties. During the parties, brand sponsors provide tips, techniques, expert advice, and information on party topics. Mom It Forward is grateful for the giveaway prizes, coupons, and discounts that sponsors also provide to the Mom It Forward community in conjunction with #gno Twitter parties.

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9 Responses to “Learn Tips to Increase Cultural Awareness and to Celebrate Diversity”

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  2. Emily H. says:

    Oops! Forgot to leave my twitter ID. I’m lame! (Brain’s not awake yet). It’s http://www.twitter.com/emihill

    I adore Putumayo Kids! I’ve reviewed quite a few of their children’s CDs on Boutique Cafe and my kids love them. They are truly my favorite CDs out of all the ones we have in our children’s collection. I can’t wait to tweet with them on Tuesday!

  3. forex robot says:

    What a great resource!

  4. Drew Laney says:

    So glad you’re here. I’ve been doing a children’s radio show encouraging diversity for the last four years and Putumayo is my best resource. My goal is to nurture all children. I’d love to hear what you think of the show and how I could improve it.

    If your interested in catching it – Sundays, 3PM Central
    – Mondays, 5PM Central
    http://www.radiofreenashville.org

  5. Nichelle says:

    What an awesome GNO to have! Love how you keep so many women connected and informed to promote positivity!! xoxo

  6. We’re big fans of Putumayo Kids! We have the Calypso CD and are badly in need of another to add to our collection. In fact we were just in Manhattan on Sunday (yes, after being in Utah on Friday, crazy) and I was excited to see the Putumayo section in FAO Schwarz.

  7. I mistakenly put by blog address in. I’m @mominthecity on twitter. Sorry!
    (BTW, it was a great GNO tonight)

  8. [...] on a panel at #GNO (Girls’ Night Out) organized by Mom it Forward.The panel talked about Cultural Diverstiy and how we can teach it to our [...]

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