The t-shirt I'm wearing is my meaningful cultural item. It's a Church of the Brethren shirt that reminds me of my faith community's values.
The Brendas from PA chose an equal sign representing equality of people as a strong value for them.
My story is too long and too complicated to post here, but I have just written and self-published it on Amazon/Kindle: there are enough tidbits in the free sample illustrate its relevance, but the WHOLE story is what should be a eye-opener to anyone who is interested in understanding the value of cultural identity.
A cultural attitude adjustment begins with you and me. www.tgi.virtuesproject.com
OKAY THIS IS A GREAT IDEA.HOWEVER AS A NETWORK SET UP TO HELP THE WELFARE OF R YOUNG, I FEEL YOU SHOULD MAKE IT A MANDATE THAT ALL OF OUR CHILDREN ARE SAFE AND FREE FROM HARM AS WELL AS THE PREDATORS THAT PREY ON THE YOUNG.SOMETHING MUST BE DONE THAT IS SEVERE, SUCH AS GIVING LIFE SENTENCES OR CASTRATION !!!!!
my son's dad is indian & i have legal custody. dan has supervised visits with him for four hours every other sunday - he hasn't shown up once yet for it.
on a side note, kevin driskell turned me into child welfare but there was no abuse or neglect. i was just high, so my dad kept my son for a year. then the caseworker dropped it a year ago so he could "put his time into real cases".
also, a pi was forced to say sex crimes between 2005 & 2010, but he found no such abuse. local &...
also, a pi was forced to say sex crimes between 2005 & 2010, but he found no such abuse. local & law enforcement corruption. he just wants to fish & he knows i'm not married also.
I REMEMBER AS A CHILD I WAS LOST AND HURT FOR MY FAMILY LIFE WAS LIKE OTHERS ANGER ALCOHOL AND ALL THAT GOES WITH GROWING UP IN IT ........MY NATIVE DRUMMING GAVE ME A REASON TO LIVE , I WAS MORE PROUDER THAT I CAN GIVE SOMETHING BACK AND BE PROUD OF IT. NOT EVERYONE IS OK WITH IT WE NEED TO PROTECT OUR CHILDREN SPEAK UP FOR OUR CHILDREN AND SHOW THEM WE AS A ONE WILL LEARN TO CHANGE FOR THE BETTER ... COME ON WE HAVE TO MAKE THE CHANGE
Sarah is passionate about education and equal opportunity for all children, "The apple is a meaningful cultural item for me because it represents quality education and good health--the most vital ingredients for young people's success and wellbeing."
Susanne drew pictures of shoes, flowers and a windmill to represent her Dutch heritage.
Margaret wrote, "Keeping families together" because, "Family is extremely important to me. Staying connected is critical. I'm blessed to have both my parents and four siblings still very close together and I value time with them. I want that for all families."