To celebrate United Nations Day, many people experience different cultures by trying a foreign food or learning the language and customs of other countries. Official buildings may fly the U.N. flag to show the importance of the U.N. to the community. Often, students and politicians debate issues that are being tackled by the U.N.
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- 5.3 Demonstrate an understanding of the economic, political, and social effects of World War II, the Holocaust, and their aftermath (i.e., 19301950) on the United States and South Carolina.
- MWH.5 Demonstrate an understanding of the Modern Age from 1933 to present day.