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Column: The Chinese character 'biang' and what it means to me

"From my many years at the Chinese school, I have developed an intimate relationship with the many complexities and simple pleasures of my culture — from language and conversation to traditional dances and costumes. I've uncovered the various parts of humanity through the lessons of discipline, global understanding, storytelling and communication. To me, biang is representative of the diverse aspects of humanity, a story told through numerous building blocks of history. "

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Marissa Carmi, president of the First Nations Grad Circle, poses in the Coker Arboretum in Chapel Hill, N.C. on Monday, Nov. 7, 2022. The First Nations Graduate Circle provides mentoring and advocacy for American Indians aross campus.

'An opportunity to celebrate with others': American Indian Heritage Month at UNC

Throughout November, campus organizations are celebrating American Indian Heritage Month. On Tuesday, Nov. 15, the Carolina Indian Circle will host their annual Culture Show in the Student Union’s Great Hall.  “We celebrate being Indigenous people every day, but the month of November gives us an opportunity to celebrate with others,” Zianne Richardson, president of the Carolina Indian Circle and a member of the Haliwa Saponi Tribe, said.

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