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On Saturday November 16, 2013 we visited the German- Texan Heritage Society. We helped them with their first and hopefully annual Saint Martinstag building lanterns for the children. We recorded the St. Martins song “Ich geh mit meiner Laterne”, which … Continue reading →
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School violence is a major issue nationwide, involving bullying which tragically, drives many to suicide, gang violence on school property makes for many other issues, but almost definitely the most famous form is in school shootings, such as the columbine … Continue reading →
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Hello! while we were visiting the German Texan Heritage Society in Austin Texas, we were able to speak with Mr. Charles Locklin, a member of the board, about the history of the Society. Hallo! während wir zu Gast im Haus … Continue reading →
Hello everybody my name is Nick and I would like to tell you about my school, the Kealing Middle school.
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Hallo Deutschland! Hallo USA! We are the students of Kealing Middle School, class 1b in Austin, Texas, and realize the first workshop with Radijojo in the Transatlantic School Initiative Wir sind die Schüler und Schülerinnen der Kealing Middle School in … Continue reading →
German Texan Heritage Culture at the Free School building in Austin, Texas. The German-Texan Heritage Society was formed in 1978. Realizing that there was a need for a group that helped to preserve German heritage in Texas, the founder formed … Continue reading →
Radijojo ist zu Gast bei KVRX 91.7 FM in der Radiosendung “Es Klingt Wie Deutsch” (the German Radio Show) an der University of Texas in Austin. Die Sendung wird LIVE ausgestrahlt aus der Communications School an der University of Texas, … Continue reading →
About Our project “The Transatlantic School Initiative” is dedicated to transatlantic friendship, peace, cultural exchange, education and youth empowerment – by using civil society media and creative artforms, made by young people for young people from all regions of the … Continue reading →