Im hispanic so i consider my culture to be latino. What i feel about it is that im proud of who i am basically. how mu culture has impacted is probably we have mexican food and a lot of people enjoy mexican food.
I consider my culture to be that of America. It fills me with pride. I believe that I'll be an upstanding citizen and enjoy the full benefits of the American Dream.
Everyone seems to think I'm joking when I say I'm proud to be Native American. I know I don't really look like it, but my entire family on my grandfathers side are all full blood Choctaw Indians. I grew up surrounded by my elders speaking to each other in Choctaw. I feel very proud of this, and I can't really impact anyone with it unless I have dark skin and black hair like the rest of my family.
I consider myself to identify the most with the Latino culture. Coming from a Hispanic family, this culture is very much a part of me and it's something that I'm very proud of. My culture is also a big part of and impact this country because of the traditions,food, and festivities we bring.
I would consider myself to be a part of the American culture, more specifically Texan. I feel very proud to be an American and blessed to have the freedoms that are unique to our country. My cultural identity will allow me to show love to those in need because not everyone has the freedoms that I do.
I consider myself to be Irsh,Germany, cherokee Indian. I'm very proud to be a part of these culture and to have the freedoms to belive in whater I want to belive in.
I am Hispanic and am very proud of my Mexican culture. My culture is very well-known for it's great food but there is more to it. I believe my culture will assist me in the way I impact others because of my personality. Most Hispanics are very family oriented and festive people. They are also very generous people. It's custom to feed your guest and treat them as if they are a part of your family.
I am a part of the young American culture. Being a part of this culture is great but always has a down side making me feel indifferent about it. In the young American culture everyone believes they have to be making a difference so this will help impact others by attempting to change something.
I am part of the American culture. I am proud to be an American and I love this country. AMERICA!!!!
My cousin brought this up once he said he didn't know what culture I was from and he was right to I don't know what culture I'm from I don't like to go to parties and or do things an average Mexican would do and I don't do anything that Americans do but I do do a small combination of the two which just makes me think I might just be a freak . But I do spit out nonsense from the internet a lot so I guess I'm part of an Internet culture Maybe and if that's the case my impact on people probably be that I'm a weirdo
I believe I am a part of the American culture. The american culture is one big mix of many cultures all over the world, and being a part of the melting pot of all these cultures is an inspiring and unique feeling. I believe that this can impact others by showing that all cultures are to be accepted, and added to the American culture.
I am a part of the American culture. I am made from all different kinds of backgrounds that I don't even know of just like a lot of individuals in America. I live in a country made up of so many different kinds of cultures like one big melting pot.
I identify myself with the Latino culture. I'm proud of it. I don't really like to categorize myself. I like the things that make us unique but I don't like the things that separate us. I know that with people that are close to me, they pick up small things I do and use it themselves.
I identify myself as an young African American. I love my culture. My culture impacts others in sports and music.
I am apart of the Hispanic culture, I love being apart of the Latino culture. The food, traditions, and music is what I was raised on. I also like to believe that I'm apart of the American culture, my parents, siblings, and I were all born and raised in America. We grew up with both hispanic and American culture, which makes me completely proud.
I am hispanic and I am from the latino culture,and I feel proud about it what I like the most about my culture is the food and music.
I am apart of the American culture. I come from many different backgrounds just like most people in America. It is inspiring to be surrounded by so many cultures.
I am very proud to be part of the latino culture . Which has great impact with traditional food. Also with music & sports. I think sports & food brings cultures together.
My culture is that of nationalism. My culture is based on the country I live in that I love. It impacts my beliefs on what is right and wrong,and what I think is fair. It also impacts me,any making me strive independence and equality
I identify myself as African American, but I'm also American Indian, Choctaw to be pacific. I love my culture even though it was criticized being African American, but I embrace it. Being African American made me stronger and being more than others stereotype me.
Since I come from two different ethnicities I am surrounded by two completely different cultures. Many people who are not biracial feel as if you have to pick one or the other but I have found that I take bits and pieces of each of my races. I actually find myself very lucky to be able to have different cultures around me but I do have to say the black side of my family definitely has a more prominent culture. I believe it is advantageous that I have both of these cultures because I can relate to a wider range of people.
my culture is African American i believe that we impact the world in different ways , are food,behavior and style
I believe my culture consists of Hispanic while also having American culture. I love the Hispanic foods such as rice and beans and stews. While I am Hispanic, I don't know Spanish and it effects my ability to communicate with other hispanics.
As an American, my culture is a mix from many different cultures. It is this way because America is like a mixing pot. There are different cultures from all over the world and we are all learning from each other.
My culture is a Hispanic culture. My family comes from El Salvador, and we have a lot of the same traditions that the people form Mexico have. I think that the thing that brings people together is the food and the sports that we all love to watch.
I honestly would say i don't really have a culture, my family isn't big at going to church con Sundays and Wednesdays, we all believe in god and that when we would die we would go to heaven or hell we believe in the bible but i couldn't tell you the last time we went ti church as an family.
The journals posted are for use by Mr. Dickson's professional communication classes to assist students on their journey.