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Culture is full of societies, knowledge, beliefs, arts, laws, and traditions. To learn more on how culture lives in us, this stream is for you.

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Valentina Vang June 16, 2020

As everyone knows all over the States, and most likely all over the globe as well, is that the Black Lives Matter movement is hitting home and to heart for so many lives. From the late 1500s, black people lost their independence and freedom from Europeans when being brought from their home to America to become slaves. They still struggle to this day to get the respect they deserve. Through all the pain and trials they've gone through, they have always relied on food for comfort and strength to survive all the heartbreak and mistreatment they still suffer through to this day.
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Valentina Vang May 19, 2020

What is K-pop? K-pop is known to be the next biggest thing in today's world. Their fandom has been growing reluctantly, and many K-pop groups and artists have even collaborated with American artists, won American awards, and performed at the biggest music festival (Coachella). They seem to be the hottest thing all over social media, so it's your time to get to with the bandwagon and learn who and what K-pop is.
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Valentina Vang April 7, 2020

As I grew up, I only thought literacy only affected my school life because when I went home, I didn't have to worry for 8 hours of school work. Now that I'm older and is reflecting on my life and what I want to do with school and my future career, I realized that literacy is important to me. I don't dread it like how I dread other subjects and topics in school. I realized that literacy has always been a part of me and I appreciate it because it has helped me become the person I am today.
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Valentina Vang April 7, 2020

The reason as to why we celebrate Easter goes way more into depth than just the Easter bunny, finding eggs with candy filled inside of them, and grilling outside with friends and family. Easter is one of the oldest holidays to celebrate, and it comes from celebrating when Jesus Christ resurrected from his crucifixion. Here, I will be explaining and going into depth on why we celebrate Jesus's Resurrection and what we do on the day of Easter.
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Valentina Vang April 7, 2020

Not many of know what Social Stratification means, but once we hear the meaning and definition of it, then we will understand because as kids, we know how the world works. We've been known that our world is unequal with seeing how money affects people, how your race can be a privilege or not, and how you can get rejected just from your background which you couldn't help raising up. It is very important for me to spread this awareness so that we can slowly start accepting how the world is and accepting others.
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Valentina Vang March 22, 2020

Ethics is definitely a must have for everyone's life. As I think about morality in my everyday life, I also question how I can apply ethics into my career dream; becoming a Child's Psychologist. There are many things when it comes down to what is right and wrong, therefore, we depend on our own beliefs and ethics to decide on what is the right thing for us or others to do. It can be about something as small or big, like what your morning routine consist of, or how to deal with problems at work.
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Valentina Vang March 10, 2020

Struggling to find your purpose? What have you done so far to search for your meaning of life? God longs us to depend on Him and be with Him because He will guide us into the right directions. In fact, he knows our purpose that we have to pursue here on earth, only He knows before we know ourselves. We are ordinary in our own special ways, and in those special ways, we can complete our purpose through the tools we already have.
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Valentina Vang March 10, 2020

There is always a story to everyone's life. No matter how different or similar they are to yours, it's important to sympathize, understand, and be educated on with it. Certain things helped me grow into the person I am today, such as what I experienced, heard, saw, and learned about. And till this day, I still strive to be the best women I can be from all the challenges I have faced and all the humility I have gone through. Who do you want to become?
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Valentina Vang February 20, 2020

The Hmong are known as an ethnic group from Laos. They technically don't have a home country for several sad reasons. The Hmong people are unique in their own many special ways, from going through so many hardships to making their culture one of the most beautiful cultures out there. The Hmong are their own people, they are neither Chinese nor Lao, but to learn more about them, enjoy this educational writing about the Hmong.
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Valentina Vang January 28, 2020

Intersectionality affects peoples lives everyday whether we notice it or not. Being judged and discriminated on is seen as so normal, that we forget how wrong it is. Sometimes we don't even see the wrong in some people's actions. That is why intersectionality is now taught in schools so that more people are aware of what is going on in our world .
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Valentina Vang January 13, 2020

How Dance Impacted My Life
Is there something in your life you're passionate about? Something in your life you dedicated your all in? For me, it was dance. Dancing has always been a part of my life since I was a little girl. I danced while I was at my happiest, I danced while I was at my lowest, and I even danced in my sleep. That's how much dance meant to me. While dancing gave me joy, being a part of a team and dance community affected me in both positive and negative ways. It may be the people that can disturb our happiness, but there's also benefits to working with a group of people such as, life lessons and astonishing experiences.
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Valentina Vang January 13, 2020

An Outlook on a Christian's Enculturation
Enculturation is the process by which people learn the dynamics of their surrounding culture and acquire values and norms appropriate or necessary in that culture and worldviews. I will be revealing my religious identity and how going through this enculturation affected my life. I hope to reach other Christians that may relate with my story, and/or show non-Christians how I live as a Christian. There are many different outlooks on what a Christian may be, but what matters most is what is true to you and following your own values in a healthy way. Therefore, I hope sharing how I became a true Christian impacts you in a positive and motivational way.
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Valentina Vang January 11, 2020

Education Inequalities
Education is one of the biggest things that matters to us, to the whole world. It's a place where we can learn and experience new things. It helps us achieve the goals we want. It gives us opportunities to grow and reach our career dreams. It helps shape us into the person we want to be, and that is why we depend on education so much. There are many reasonings to why we want to go into school, but there are also many reasons on why some people can't get the education they would like to have. That is why I will be sharing about why education is unequal and how it affects others, but also about how we can demolish the inequality in education.
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