I wrote this quiz for several reasons. First, to honor Central/Eastern European-American Heritage. Second, to showcase the diversity in the American christian community. Third, to celebrate Easter.
In the past, Western Christians and the Eastern Orthodox have been divided by religion, history, and politics, but as Americans, we are united as one people, and this year, we are celebrating Easter on the same day.
This is recording is an update of a 2017 podcast featuring Branka and her husband Tony, both of whom were from the former Yugoslavia by way of Canada. Branka was a longtime colleague who at the time worked as a Projects Coordinator for OUTREACH AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE NETWORK (otan.us) and had recently became a new US citizen. She then moved on to lead the Capital Adult Education Consortium. In late 2021, she and her family returned to Serbia where she continues to consult on Adult Education and digital literacy matters.
- Colonists came to America for freedom.
- Freedom of religion is that you can practice any religion or not practice a religion.
- America bought the Louisiana Territory from France in 1803.
- The two parts of the US Congress are the Senate and the House of Representatives
- Dianne Feinstein is one of the two US senators from the state of California.
- Joe Biden is the current President of the United States.
- Kamala Harris is the current Vice-President of the United States.
- Gavin Newsom is the current Governor of California.
- The two major political parties are Democratic and Republican parties.
- The President's Cabinet advises the President.
- Ro Khanna is the US Representative of San Jose/Milpitas, California.
- Two ways that Americans can participate in their democracy are join a civic group and join a community group.
EXTRA CREDIT: Listen to a great interview with Vlade Divac!
- StoryCorps: Vivek and Vlade: From New Arrivals To Kings
- Former Sacramento Kings center and current general manager Vlade Divac is interviewed by his boss, majority owner Vivek Ranadive, in this StoryCorps segment. They talk a little basketball but mostly focus on their shared experience as immigrants.
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