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Marin Withrow

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Susan Baker

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The women's traditional clothing in Sudan consists of a piece called a top. The top is supposed to express who you are. Though the new generation tends to wear more modern clothing like sweatshirts, and Jeans.
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War caused a lack of kid games. Instead the children play "Mock Sparring" games, to improve fighting skills, and occasionally football.
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Cattle herding is the main vocation in the Dinka Tribe. When a boy grows, he is renamed by his favourite bull's characteristics.
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The Dinka Tribe celebrates an Autumn celebration
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The Dinka Tribe makes their home in the African Nation of South Sudan.
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The boys spend their days hunting, fighting, and practicing their skills, girls walk to a source to get water, or do housekeeping chores.
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The Dinka Tribe mainly eats, Rice, Fish, Meat, Beans, Milk, and Tomatoes.
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the schooling in the Dinka Tribe HAS BEEN VERY LOW, AND ALMOST GONE, NOW, AND DURING THE WAR.
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North, and South Sudan split due to war over religion, and power. Many boys, and men were able to escape to refugee camps, in Kenya, and Ethiopia. The men and boys, were known as "Lost Boys".
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A typical sign of adulthood in some Tribes is by doing scarification. Though most of the Dinka Tribe Doesn't use it anymore, it is still, a form of scarring in a specific, non-dangerous way, to show age, and place, in the Tribe. Different tribes, have different scar patterns.
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Ever since Sudan split into two separate countries, it has had two flags. One for the North, and one for the South.
North Sudan's flag has, a stripe pattern of, red, black, and white, with a green triangle. it is considered, the main, and first, Sudanese flag.
South Sudan's flag has, a stripe pattern of, black, white, red, and green, with a gold star, and a blue triangle.
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Thank You for learning more about the Dinka Tribe!
WORK CITED
https://dinkaworld.weebly.com/education-and-historical-events.html
http://www.gurtong.net/Peoples/ThePeopleandDemographicsofSouthSudan/DinkaJieng/tabid/189/Default.aspx
https://www.indexmundi.com/sudan/flag_description.html
https://sudanthroughmyeyes.wordpress.com/2012/09/22/scarification-the-sign-of-adulthood/
The Dinka Tribe
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