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Saturday, September 26, 2015

Teaching Through Conversation Education

Multicultural Education

Multicultural Education

Teaching through conversation Nyamanda multicultural education makes a difference in the lives of billions. Nyamanda education unlocks the door to learning throughout life and is essential to development and healthy multicultural emotional growth. Education is the key that unlocks the door of hated also known as xenophobia.

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You have the freedom to discover who you are beyond your language, class, gender, and culture. We believe prejudices and stereotypes about other cultures without finding out the truth for ourselves which leads to racism and xenophobic attitudes.

Xenophobia is defined as someone who prejudices and is afraid of people from different countries or cultures. 

Nyamanda multicultural education charity
Nyamanda multicultural education charity

The Chic African Culture Nyamanda ”Until There is Peace in Africa” human rights project gives 100% of donations through PayPal to support lectures to students on the importance of acting globally and assisting the most fragile regions of Africa. 

Nyamanda teaches one person can make a difference in the lives of billions through healthy multicultural growth.



Donate any amount to our Nyamanda Healthy Multicultural Growth Human Rights Program





Odenkyem the crocodile Adinkra symbol for prudence and practicality.
Odenkyem the crocodile Adinkra
symbol for prudence and practicality. 
Nyamanda education is essential to emotional development and healthy multicultural growth. 

Nothing is too small to make a difference in the lives of billions. 

Nyamanda education follows the educational model of teaching through conversation. The skills to practice, express, and exchange healthy multicultural ideas are best taught through conversation, questions and awareness.





If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito – The Dalai Lama

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