Gladiolus is the traditional flower of August.

August 2022 Cultural Diversity Review

The revolutionary spirit in July continues into August with a large amount of independence days taking place around the world as many countries threw off their colonial shackles during this month. The biggest religious festival in August this year is the widely observed, but not well known Christian festival of Assumption. Month info: Originally called Sextilis […]

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July Video backgrounds

July Video Conference Backgrounds

July 1st – Canada Day Canada Day celebrates of the anniversary of the formation of the union of the British North America provinces in a federation under the name of Canada July 4th – US Independence Day On July 4th 1776, the United States of America proclaimed its independence from England by signing the Declaration […]

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Larkspur is the traditional flower of July.

July 2022 Cultural Diversity Review

July is historically a relatively quiet month for international holidays. This is the last year for about 30 years when the major Islamic festival of Eid Al-Adha will take place in July. That’s not to say there aren’t any interesting holidays or festivals taking place. In fact, July can be considered the most revolutionary of […]

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Roses are the traditional flower of June

June 2022 Cultural Diversity Review

In the Northern Hemisphere, June is a summer month when individual vacations start to take precedence over wondering when the next public holiday. However there are still some important and diverse festivals and holidays taking place. June begins with the major Christian holiday of Whit Monday, which marks the coming of the Holy Spirit in […]

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Easter Zoom Backgrounds

Zoom into April

Put a spring in the step of your April video conferences by adding a background celebrating the key holidays and festivals during the month. April 1: Cypriot National Day Also known as ‘EOKA Day‘, this holiday commemorates the start of the insurgence against the British in 1955 April 4: Senegalese National Day Celebrates independence and […]

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