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Fostering Young Global Citizens

March 30, 2017
6:30 pm
Milton Office Park, Istanbul Cultural Center

Given the current situation across the world, it is more imperative now than ever before to teach our kids about tolerance and friendship. The next generation must learn not only about world history and geography, but also understand diversity and culture. Sucheta Rawal (www.suchetarawal.com), author of “Beato Goes To” (www.beatogoesto.com) series of children’s books on travel and culture, is here to share her tips on how to educate your kids about the world in fun and educational ways by engaging in the local community, doing family-friendly activities, and finding affordable ways to travel. The books takes kids on an adventure around the world through the lens of a traveling cat and teach them important life lessons. Sucheta is an award-winning food and travel writer and philanthropist. Sucheta founded Go Eat Give (www.goeatgive.com), a 501(c)(3) registered nonprofit organization that raises awareness of different cultures through travel, food and community service. She writes for CNN, The Huffington Post, CheapOAir, Creative Loafing Atlanta and many other publications. Sucheta was named “One of the 5 Most Influential Bloggers in the World" by the Foundation of Florence, and “40 Under 40 Outstanding Georgians" by Georgia Trend magazine. A reception and book signing will follow. Organized by the Atlantic Institute- Creating a legacy of understanding

Milton Office Park, Istanbul Cultural Center

591 N. Main St. Bld. 100 Milton, GA 30009
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