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Lillian Brown

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Susan Baker

on 4 May 2018

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Starting in the 1950's, the women of Sudan started a tradition where they wear tops called hijabs to represent that women deserve to be treated eaqual as men. (A hijab was a canvas for a womens personality)
From parents to children in Sudan, they enjoy many traditions. After a hard day of women gathering water and men gathering the cattle, it's time to celebrate with one of their loved traditional foods. Fish beans and rice is always a favorite. The extra cattle does not go to waste, it's time to give them up for a sign of appreciation. Before the days over, why not play one game of Sparring!?
Starting in 1985, Northern and Southern Sudan had a dispute on their country's religion. It turned into a war that lasted twenty years.
The Flag
The colors of the Sudan flag each have different meanings. Red signifies the color of freedom, white is the color of peace, light, and love, black represensts the people of Sudan, and green is the color of Islam, agriculture, and prospereity.
"Scarifications is the permanet process of decorating and butifying the body which some tribes till do includinding the Dinka."
South Sudan (where Dinka Tribe members live) is located in Africa.To the North is Sudan, to the South is Ugunda/Congo, to the East is Ethiopia, to the west is Central African Republic
Lillian brown

A Trip Through
The Dinka Tribe

The flag
History 1985...
History 1950's
Many of the Dinka homes were build with many different materials. A refugee, who now runs in the olympics, says his house was built of grass.
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