Colorful Flags builds healthy race relations by teaching specific cultural facts and five basic human relations statements in the five most spoken languages in a school or organization (excluding English). This program has serviced over 130,000 K-12 students in 17 school districts in Southern California. It has also serviced police departments, social service agencies, and various other organizations. Colorful Flags embraces the South African concept of Ubuntu, which means humanity: "I am because we are."
Today, diversity is said to be valued; however, what is diversity if an individual cannot even cordially say "Hello" in another's language? Language is at the core of who we are as individuals. With the aid of the exciting new Colorful Flags App, the program proposes to make a genuine effort in building healthy ethnic relations in our organizations and communities.