OLLI at ASU LEG: Understanding Modern U.S. Culture

The purpose of this LEG is to begin to uncover and understand the variety of cultural dynamics and dimensions in the U.S.

This LEG meets on the first and third Thursdays each month starting at 3:00 p.m. (MST)

We will engage with thought-provoking content to assist us in understanding and appreciating the cultural groups that live in the towns, cities, and neighborhoods we call home. We can begin to improve our understanding of culture through exposure to different learning styles, increasing our tolerance of those who are perceived to be different, and participating in opportunities that inclusively connect and unite, from an individual to a collective. This LEG seeks to appreciate and celebrate how cultural dynamics can enhance our quality of life and increase the overall well-being of the communities we know and love.

Facilitator – Carol Kubota

Want to join this LEG?

Use our online registration system to register for this LEG.

Questions about this LEG? Contact Carol Kubota at carolkubota@cox.net

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in all Member Initiatives, including in LEG programming and delivery, Transitions Newsletter articles, and any correspondence from members involved in developing, coordinating, and/or managing programs, projects, and/or events are those of the individual member or group of members and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Arizona State University (OLLI at ASU). Agreeing to the terms and conditions of the OLLI at ASU Student Member Code of Conduct is mandatory to become an OLLI at ASU member, and it is highly encouraged by OLLI at ASU staff that all members are familiar with institute policy.