Being You at CLU. Examples of cultural artifacts. What artifact will you bring to share? Being You at CLU A Cultural “Show & Tell” Dinner Event In the First Year Residence Halls 150 Free t-shirts & door prizes 3 dates ~ 3 residence halls (commuters welcome) September 2014.
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Examples of cultural artifacts
Being You at CLU
A Cultural “Show & Tell” Dinner Event
In the First Year Residence Halls
150 Free t-shirts & door prizes
3 dates ~ 3 residence halls
None of us is just one thing. For example, I’m a female, I’m Christian, and I’m black. But some parts of me influence my daily life more than other parts.
This is an artifact that best represents me.
I’m a black female of African descent.
I’m a female feminist who cares about the plight of women all over the world.
I’m a practicing Catholic and this is the first non-Catholic school I’ve attended.
I’m from Hawaii, born and raised, but I’m not a native Hawaiian, but I strongly identify with the culture.
I’m a humanist who questions the existence of God. I’m not an atheist, though some humanist are.
The humanist symbol on a necklace.
*Inuksuk – stone figures with deep historical roots for the Inuit people .
*Mexican flag pendant
Islamic prayer beads
Guatemalan flag pendant
*Ichthys or Christian fish symbol
*Necklace in the shape of Africa with a diamond in South Africa
*A Venetian mask
Star of David
I’m a proud Jamaican-American, born in Jamaica and in love with my home country’s culture.
*keychain with the Jamaican flag
*Flag of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
I’m Spanish and got to visit family in Spain last summer.
Buddha prayer pendant
A ceramic plaque