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Cultural Awareness Group


The Cultural Awareness Group is a student-initiated group formed in the 2022-23 school year. Its goal is to educate our student body when it comes to the various cultures that are represented in our hallways and promote celebration of diversity and unity.

Black History Month
Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history.
The official colors of Black History Month are black, red, yellow, and green, which symbolize unity and pride. The colors are derived from the Ethiopian flag and the Pan-African flag, which was created in 1920 to represent the unity of the African diaspora and Black liberation in the US.
"Red is the color of the blood which men must shed for their redemption and liberty; black is the color of the noble and distinguished race to which we belong; green is the color of the luxuriant vegetation of our Motherland," according to the UNIA-ACL.
The color yellow, from the Ethiopian flag, symbolizes justice, optimism, and equality.
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2nd annual Hispanic Heritage celebration is October 11, 2023, starting at 6 pm
The menu for our October 11 Hispanic Heritage celebration 6p open house is starting to take shape, and we want to make sure we have enough food for people to sample.
RSVP here before Oct 7 to help us plan for the event. It's free to attend (a door offering will go to the Hispanic Ministry at St. Mark in Watertown). Please RSVP now to enjoy fun and fellowship as we celebrate Hispanic culture!
IN October 2022, the Cultural Awareness Group held its first public event, celebrating Hispanic Heritage month! Students, families and businesses alike made a great night of authentic food sampling, ethnic displays and a message about Gospel work south of the U.S. border. Thanks for making it happen, Warriors and friends! We are truly better together. 💙 See all the photos on our SmugMug page. 
At the Hispanic Heritage night, we learned more about the mission work taking place through Academia Cristo. Want to read more about it in English? Visit TELL network, an e-Learning program that will teach you simple truths from God’s Word that you can share with others. Thanks to Pastor Schulte for sharing more information with us:
Please consider a donation to world missions through LLHS in honor of our Cultural Awareness Group efforts. Donations can be dropped off in the LL office with a note indicating the recipient, or mailed to LLHS at 231 Woodland Beach Rd. Lake Mills, Wis. 53551