RHS to host upcoming Multicultural Day

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RHS to host upcoming Multicultural Day

CAITLIN TRAN

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Two teachers are planning a multicultural day celebration for RHS students.

Science teacher Jeffrey Underwood and BSU advisor Keshila Jones are spearheading the multicultural day celebration, which is meant to be a day for students to honor their culture through music, dance, art, and food.

“In order to help enlighten other students about other people’s cultures here at Roseville campus because we have so many rich cultures we want other students to be celebrated, their cultures’ to be celebrated, and to start a new tradition here at Roseville High School.” Jones said.

BSU member Anne Hoppes believes the day is important for student perspective.

“We live in a melting pot of a country. We live with so many different ethnicities and cultures that it’s so important to understand each other, because when we understand each other, it’s easier to love each other and it’s easier to have peace.” Hoppes said.