A Brief History

The Worldview Project was founded as a 501(c)3 educational nonprofit in 2001. Originally The Worldview Press, the organization was renamed in 2009 to reflect its evolving wider commitment and involvement in promoting greater cultural knowledge, understanding, and tolerance.

The Worldview Project is an educational organization, believing that great knowledge and understanding are at the very core of a more responsible citizenry and more harmonious relations and interactions between people of differing cultural backgrounds.

  • 2003: The World of Cultures website (www.worldofcultures.org) was set up, which aggregates information about the nations of the world designed for students and world travelers.
  • 2006: As the organization grew we finally opened a physical office on Morena Blvd. in San Diego.
  • 2006: The online magazine The San Diego Participant Observer was launched providing cultural articles from around the world and specifically information and resources related to the rich cultural tapestry of San Diego.
  • 2008: We launched the www.multiculturalbooks.org online bookstore including thousands of curated and hand-picked award-winning and highly rated and reviewed international books and materials.
  • 2009: The Worldview Press was renamed Worldview Project to reflect the greater scope of the organization’s work.
  • 2011: The first annual Harmony and Motion International Music and Dance Festival was held in Balboa Park. Partnering with San Diego Civic Dance Arts, Harmony and Motion brought together musicians and dancers performing musical and dance traditions from around the world.
  • 2012 The annual Harmony in Action Cross-Cultural NonProfits Fair was produced. The event brings together two to three dozen cross-cultural nonprofits who have operations in San Diego for a four hour information fair.
  • 2017 The Cultures in the Classroom schools program was piloted.  CIC brings Cultural Ambassadors to San Diego elementary schools to provide cultural enrichment and engagement for young students.

The Worldview Project is presently organizing exciting new projects and events, so stay tuned!