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Mordecai, Reubin Hu 233 B Essay Culture and moral values is the key to functioning in the world today. But many people lack these values. I feel that older people or people who where raised “back in the day” have better morals. People “back in the day” would settle disputes with words instead of shooting or causing major violence against one another. They also maintained cultural values, great work ethic, and knew the values of love and family. Older people, not only learned these values from home but also from their school teachers, who would not only teach them an academic lesson but also a lesson of right and wrong, plus a lesson about life in general. People and children today are raised in a different kind of environment. Many of the parents and teachers have no influence or say so over a child. The role of teacher and parent has gone down hill in my opinion, whereas they receive no respect. As I continue my essay I hope to touch bases with our culture today including hip hop and how it has changed, also about Nguzo Saba, Doa T’Shaka, and the early modern period of Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune. Nguzo Saba are commonly linked to the yearly Kwanzaa Celebration. Nguzo Saba has seven principles: Umoja (unity) – The first principle is a commitment to the idea of togetherness. This principle is the foundation; for without unity, neither the family nor the community can survive. National African American Unity begins with the family. Kujichagulia (self-determination) – The second principle is a commitment to
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