Stories that Bynd Us
These stories come from our own Byndies regarding their personal experiences.
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Stories that Bynd Us: Hispanic Heritage Month - Julián
What makes you proud to be hispanic? Our resilience. And our capacity to face life with a smile and with kindness towards others.
Stories that Bynd Us: Pride month - Heidi
For 15+ years, I always celebrated Pride in a similar way - meet friends for brunch and attend the Boston Pride Parade
Stories that Bynd Us: Juneteenth
On June 19, 1865, Juneteenth—also known as Emancipation Day, Freedom Day—stands as an enduring symbol of Black American freedom
Stories that Bynd Us: Pride month - Steve
All backgrounds and cultures have one thing in common - we're all human. It's okay to agree to disagree on some topics, as long as those opinions arent't harming other people.
Stories that Bynd Us: Memorial Day
Every year, on may 30th, the U.S observes Memorial Day. This national holiday is reserved for honoring those who have given the ultimate sacrifice in the service of our country.
Stories that Bynd Us: Dutch Search Awards
For Women's History Month we'd like to share a story from one of Bynder's extraordinary women, Leonie, to learn about her contribution to the Dutch Search Awards.
Stories that Bynd Us: International Holocaust Remembrance Day
Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a day which commemorates the victims of the Holocaust and Id like to share a story of my husband's grandmother, Hanna.
Stories that Bynd Us: Holiday Traditions - Marianne
Here's to all of you. Eat, drink and be merry. Keep safe and see you in the New Year.
Stories that Bynd Us: Holiday Traditions - Brian
Now, provided people are being safe, it will be a great return to all the traditions that people love.
Stories that Bynd Us: Holiday Traditions - Heidi
The last couple of years have been crazy but the holidays are a great time to pause, reflect on all that is good and be thankful.
Stories that Bynd Us: Holiday Traditions - Jordi
Growing up in my family, each December, my parents, my brother and I would set up the traditional "Pessebre".