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World Day for Cultural Diversity

We asked Ericsson employees to share who they are today. Their favorite cultural experience, their folklore story, their historical timeline, and how they connect with it. We invited them to share their rituals, holidays and traditional dress. Most importantly, we found out how their cultural journey connects with who they are. Here are their stories.

Ericsson cultural facts

Read the facts that you didn't know from around the globe.
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Vrushali Sethiya

Mehendi (Henna tattoo) in Indian weddings. 

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Nada Abdalla 

Meroe Pyramids in Sudan.

Ireland

Sunitha Prashanth

Inspiration Day in Ireland.

Kelly

Kelly Myers

Daughter of the American Revolution.

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Fatma Ozdemir

Netherlands, Turkey and more.

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Ahmed Nadder

From Alexandria to Ireland.

Pam

Pamela O'Leary

Student government in the USA.

donna

Donna Flores

Philippines to Hawaii to California. 

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Jeff Collins

11 different countries.

maria

Maria Elena Carbajal

Born in Peru.

cayo

Cayo Betancourt

Supporting our people.

jenny

Jenny Tang

Living the American dream.

Laudy Souza

Laudy Souza 

Carnival!

Shailesh

Shailesh Patil V

Indian Traditions

Kallol Shym Roy

Kallol Shym Roy

Bengali Culture.

Mariedel Vasquez

Mariedel Vasquez

So many amazing cultures.

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Priyanka Sarkar 

Indian festival.

Ericsson blogs celebrate World Day for Cultural Diversity

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