Jerriy Witkovsky and Ethan Witkovsky

Eat, Drink and Be Jerry

At 89, grandparenting activist, author and visionary Jerry Witkovsky may be eating less and drinking only water. But “being Jerry” is an inspiration and goal. Because at 89, Jerry is filled with a driving mission and purpose; a passion for his belief that Grandparents can have a transformational effect on their families when they unleash…

Ramadan Feast

1 Hour Remedy to Thwart Muslim Stereotypes

  “Wow…what a way to blow away years of stereotypes in one evening! Everyone should do this,” my 16 year old son said as we got into the car. He was talking about the Niagara Foundation’s Abraham’s Tent program. The motto of the program is “Open Doors, Open Minds and Open Hearts.” Starting in Ramadan,…

Intercultural Wedding

Person to Person Intercultural from World Chicago

  Somewhere between the roasted chicken and the chocolate chip cookies, we abolished global poverty and achieved world peace. And Ange found a wedding dress. It was an amazing dinner. Intercultural Parenting: Values in Action You would think with us already being a Brazilian/USAmerican and Jewish/non-Jewish family, that embracing values of intercultural and interfaith appreciation would…

3 Secrets to Happy Working Mom Intercultural Talk

Three Secrets to Being a Happy Working Mom

“Wash the dishes to wash the dishes.” –Thich Nhat Hahn By Deanna Shoss, President, Intercultural Talk, Inc., and mom to Lucca, 15. 1. Teach everyone to cook and do laundry One red sock in my husband’s white load and a missed iPhone left in a pocket, and I am officially banned from washing anyone’s clothes…