Celebrating diversity

By Kris Gonzalez, Fort Jackson LeaderMay 26, 2010

FORT JACKSON, SC -- Dea Wages and her first-grade class sing "Love in Any Language," the theme song for the 18th annual International Day celebration. Wage's class represented the country of Kenya in the International Day parade May 21 in front of Pierce Terrace Elementary School.
1 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORT JACKSON, SC -- Dea Wages and her first-grade class sing "Love in Any Language," the theme song for the 18th annual International Day celebration. Wage's class represented the country of Kenya in the International Day parade May 21 in front of Pierce Terrace Elementary School. (Photo Credit: Kris Gonzalez) VIEW ORIGINAL
Pre-kindergarten students represent the United States in the International Day parade.
2 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Pre-kindergarten students represent the United States in the International Day parade. (Photo Credit: Kris Gonzalez) VIEW ORIGINAL
Lianne Collins, aide for Wanda Beatty's kindergarten class, marches with her students as they represent the country of Mexico. Beatty's class initiated the day's opening ceremonies by performing a Mexican dance for a crowd of about 200 Fort Jackson community members who attended the events.
3 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Lianne Collins, aide for Wanda Beatty's kindergarten class, marches with her students as they represent the country of Mexico. Beatty's class initiated the day's opening ceremonies by performing a Mexican dance for a crowd of about 200 Fort Jackson community members who attended the events. (Photo Credit: Kris Gonzalez, Fort Jackson Leader) VIEW ORIGINAL