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St. Norbert student essays stress importance of understanding other cultures

9:08 PM, Mar. 8, 2013
From left, Dana Warpinski, Quinn McInerney and Priyanka Navani receive the Norman Miller Center for Peace, Justice & Public Understanding essay contest awards Thursday.
From left, Dana Warpinski, Quinn McInerney and Priyanka Navani receive the Norman Miller Center for Peace, Justice & Public Understanding essay contest awards Thursday.
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St. Norbert College's Norman Miller Center for Peace, Justice & Public Understanding, in conjunction with Press-Gazette Media, held its annual essay contest on diversity, this year centering on the theme "the importance of understanding other cultures."

The essay contest calls on high school students to share their thoughts on diversity-related issues.

This year, students were asked how increased understanding between cultures can improve our communities and what of their own observations and experiences convinced them we have a responsibility to broaden our understanding of ...

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