HORU April 10, 2019


“I was really young when I decided, but I knew that I had people skills. For a long time I was undecided about what I wanted to minor in, but I was always sure about majoring in Social Work. In social work, you work with people who are from different ethnic, race and religious backgrounds and you can't come at them from your perspective. You need to meet them where they are. I took the class ‘Death and Afterlife’ and I really loved it. After that, I decided I wanted to minor in Religion. It opened my eyes to what could happen. I think religion says a lot about a person because it's a moral background, and even if you don't subscribe to a religion now, you kind of have these morals that are based on religion. So learning about religion allows me to know people. My second minor, Race and Ethnic Studies, is about people.”


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