Their cultural memory is engraved in their physical landscape. Their belief is that everything originates in their motherland. That is why their motherland is more sacred to them than anything else. For them, their motherland is something that is very close to their heart worthy of their worship. “For a colonized people the most essential
We sustain the beliefs, and the beliefs sustain us. That is a circle. From seed to harvest, the life of the Ojibway is full and it is sufficient. This is what you must tell my grandchildren’” (Broker 57). This shows how important the traditions were to Oona’s tribe.
According to a multiculturalism policy document, “Cultural diversity characterized the earliest societies to be seen through the mists of our history. Aboriginal peoples speaking a diversity of Algonkian tongues were spread across the breadth
Communal cultures are relevant because of each culture 's unique characteristics. An example of a communal culture that is relevant are the Native Australians. The Native Australians are distinct for many reasons. According to Australian Museum, they are the first tribe to live, survive, and grow in Australia. They have strong relations with their tribes, and extended family relations are core for them.
Social Rio Tinto takes pride in its social engagements. It provides a safe and healthy workplace to its employees where their rights and dignity are respected. The firm seeks to build enduring relationships with the native population that demonstrates mutual respect for each other, active partnership, and long‑term commitment for the betterment of society. Rio trains its people under its Skill360 Australia program so that the trainees can get a nationally recognised trade certificate in their field. The new apprentices are at many times offered full time roles in the concern.
With an extensive background in family Naval history, my grandfather (Navy 0-5 F6F Hellcat pilot), uncle (Navy 0-5 F-14 pilot), mother (Navy 0-4 Intelligence Officer), and father (Navy 0-4 C-2 Greyhound pilot) have all influenced me to follow the tradition generations old. The aspiration to secure our skies and seas exhilarates me to no end. I want to provide the chance of a valuable and productive life to future posterity, attributes that have been afforded to me. The Navy
This is connected to me because my great grandparents were from Ethiopia and yes they came to America from there. Ethiopia has a lot of ancient history even in the Bible and is very popular and known for many things. This is also connected because it reminds me where my family is from. My culture is based around this flag because it makes me who I am. It’s important to me because it came from my great grandparents who passed it down so we know where our
We must tell our Hmong story. The Hmong heritage must be preserved and recognized. The Hmong community of San Diego has been without a voice for quite some time. Perhaps, the community sense it was time to create a legacy for the Hmong people of San Diego; and be one of the first if not the first to pursued recognition for Hmong heritage. We know there is a Hispanic Heritage Month – nationally recognized and there is the Black Heritage Month, also nationally recognized.
The interconnectedness of every living thing is not just an idea but a way of life. In "The Land Owns Us", we see this important message come to life through Bob Randall, a Yankunytjatjara elder and traditional owner of Uluru (Ayer 's Rock), who explains that all beings are part of a vast family and calls us to be responsible for this family and care for the land with unconditional love and responsibility.
Belonging to the land and to each other is fundamental to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their culture. Connections with the land, families, clans and communities are at the core of Aboriginality. It is through these connections that nurture belonging from which Aboriginal peoples identities and cultures emerge.
I had a vision to enhance myself academically, professionally and personally in an English-speaking environment. I completed a Business degree in Brisbane, Australia and after successful practical and theoretical results; I have developed abilities such as lateral and critical thinking; change and relationship management. I have been fascinated by cultures for years and been traveling a lot. I love meeting new people, actively listening to their stories and that could be a reason why I have friendships from all corners around the world. I am an active community volunteer and have been representing and involved with the following three organisations: 1.
Inupiaq folklore primarily consists of storytelling, art, and their community as a whole. As generations pass, storytelling is used as a popular source of entertainment, as well as a way of reinforcing beliefs and values. In almost all cases, the elders in
Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders were the First Nation and belong to Australia. They were hunters and gatherers and are very connected to the earth. They have strong family bonds and extended family are also involved in decision making and caring for individuals. The Elders are very much respected and make decisions on behalf of the tribe and they are the leaders. They believe in the Dreaming which is their belief to look after the land, the existence of powerful beings that gave birth to life on earth.