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International Potluck - February 2018: South Sudan

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Thursday, February 1, 2018 - 18:00
Plains Art Museum
704 1st Avenue North

You are all cordially invited to Internationally Potluck on February 1, 2018 at Plains Art Museum. The South Sudan, officially known as the Republic of South Sudan, is a landlocked country in East-Central Africa that gained its independence from the Republic of the Sudan in 2011. Its current capital city is Juba, is also the largest city. It is founded in January 1, 1956 and 12 Million people live in South Sudan.

The country as 64 different tribes representing South Sudan as a country. To name the fewer tribes in South Sudan and they are Acholi, Azande, Bari, Baggara, Didinga, Dinka, Luo, Murle, Moru, Nuer, Otuho, Shilluk, Tennet, and Toposa people. The English is the offical language and the religion is Christianity and African Tranditional and a little bite of Islam.

Nyamal is the found the of South Sudan READs and SS READS's mission is to educate, develop, and construct libraries internationally and will discuss an over view of the South Sudan READS projects.

Taste of South Sudan: As for the south, the abundance of rivers, lakes and swamps had made the people in these regions dependent on fish for their food. A popular dish is a stew named (Kajaik), which is cooked of dried fish. It is added to the porridge, which is common throughout Sudan, (Aseeda) made of sorghum.

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