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Justice’s Ethiopian-Eritrean Club

Ethiopian-Eritrean club is a place to learn more about Habe­sha culture. This club aims to share customs of the Ethiopian-Eritrean culture, such as music, food, danc­ing, and much more. Junior club member Selam Demeke is thank­ful to have a place where she can express her culture. “Many of us grew up assim­i­lat­ing to the Amer­i­can lifestyle, and were never really given the chance or felt comfort­able enough to learn or share Habe­sha culture,” said Demeke.“That is why I chose to step up and help start a club that could bring a commu­nity together. A commu­nity that feels welcome and confi­dent enough to enjoy learn­ing and shar­ing our tradi­tions like music, food, and danc­ing together. One that is proud to be Habe­sha, and proud to be a part of this family.” If inter­ested in join­ing, the club meets Thurs­days after school in room M256!

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Abuk Thon Majok, Staff Writer
First-year staff writer Abuk Thon Majok works for the Verdict. She has wrote articles for the newspaper at Glasgow Middle School. Because she loves to write, Abuk decided to pursue journalism. Aside from journalism, Abuk enjoys reading, writing, and art. She loves reading Rupi Kaur's Milk and Honey, but she's always looking for new things to read. In addition, Abuk enjoys listening to music by her favorite musicians, including A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Autumn, Summer Walker, Drake, and Bryson Tiller. She enjoys a wide range of music, but rap, underground plugg, and R&B soul are her favorites.

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