Global Culture for a Globalized World

Global Culture means being comfortable with being part of different communities simultaneously.
Global Culture also means choice. A recent study conducted by ReBoot of Jewish-American generational perspectives on the Jewish faith found that the so-called “iPod Generation” valued the ability to be selective about which parts of their faith and other faiths they wished to practice. Global Culture is about having the opportunity to visit the Baha'i Center, the Hare Krishna Community, or First AME Church and taking knowledge from each to create a spirituality that encompasses your entire world.