Thursday, January 28, 2010

Martin Luther King Parade in Honolulu

So, clubs are a huge thing here at BYU Hawaii. They have every club that you can imagine and it is a great way to meet people and get involved. They had a week where you can walk around to all the different booths and sign up for the clubs. I got a little excited, and went overboard, which led me to signing up for 6 clubs. Now I am realizing that 6 is WAY to many, and a lot of the meetings and activities are at the same time! Anyway, the clubs I signed up for are social dance, swing dance, tennis, Samoan, Hawaiian, and Tahitian. So far the swing club is my favorite....

So, the Tahitian and Samoan club on Martin Luther King Day, decided to take a bus trip down to Honolulu for Martin Luther King Day and march in the Equality Parade. It was a funny experience. We walked around the parade, "promoting peace internationally," but the best part was the free breakfast and free shirts. BYU Hawaii had students from over 70 different countries! It is fun learning about all the different cultures.
These are two of my roommates....Christy and Kulanie.

These are my friends, Kaitlyn and Olivia.

Riding on the Bus.....

This sign caught my eye....a rainbow decorated bus and a big sign on the side.I had to take a picture.

1 comment:

  1. Super fun! You're like a minority now, you little white girl.