Caucasian-European Outreach

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"Caucasian-European Americans" is really not the best term. But, since I'm doing this website to focus on multiculturalims, I will be using this term-politically correct-right! In God's eyes, we are a beautiful rainbow to him, which "color" doesn't matter in his eyes!

Sal posing with 2 ladies in European "outwear" (country?) at the Festival of Nations in 1997

I really started looking at the differences of Caucasian Americans "dating" back to Elementary School in St. Paul. We had cultural events, where we were taught the differences of the ethnic cultures in Europe. I remember my first grade teacher had her husband come dressed in his ethnic background-Scottish, where he wore a kilt and played a bagpipe as the kids would laughed to his unique short "shorts" (kilt) clothing.

This website is made more for people from European or countries predominately Caucasian-White.

Recommended Resources


  • Stevens County: Morris Are Ethnicity Demographics, a study by UMM students (one I know) and faculty
  • State-GoodnewsMinnesota

    Ethnic Focus

  • Slavic Community Center, in St. Paul

  • *referred by my bro (Ceo-Marcelo), who is actually a volunteer board member with this group (2006)

  • Minnesota Heritage
  • Nation-GoodnewsUSA.Info


  • Scandinavian Host Festival, in Minot, ND
  • Ethnicity:




    Best of Europe

    " A good vacation in the best places of Europe Pictures taken from the trip in the most beautiful places in Europe."

    European Union, in the United States

    -Austrian, some cool stuff
    -Bulgarian, a Morris connection
    -Dutch, people of Netherlands
    -German, major ethnic group in Morris, MN!
    -Hungarian, UMM students May term and faculty connection
    -Spainard, a personal ancestral connection
    -Switzers of Switzerland

  • Russia, located in the continent of Asia
  • United Kingdom:
    -Scottish, a Morris local church experience

    Scandinavian People:
    ".. is a historical and geographical region centred on the Scandinavian Peninsula in Northern Europe which includes the kingdoms of Denmark, Norway and Sweden.[1][2] The other Nordic countries, Finland, Iceland and the Faroe Islands, are also often included because of their close historic and cultural relations to Norway, Sweden, and Denmark.[3][4][5]"

    Eastern Bloc
    Slavic People
    -Armenian, Minnesota connections
    -Bosnian, Minnesota connections
    -Czech Republic, a missionary experience (visited Morris in 03')
    -Georgian, a Morris Community Church connection
    -Latvian, alumn UMM int'l student and UMM Student share
    -Moldovan, a Morris Literacy Project connection
    -Serbia & Montenegro, sponsored a missionary-former UMM Student
    -Slovak Republic
    -Ukranian, folks I've met directly/indirectly through this nation


    Travel to North America

    " See Canada and Usa, cities, beach, mountains, places."

    -United States of America

    RUSSIAN:, local church mission's experience
    -Keston, news from the former Soviet bloc

    Recommended Resources



    Europe's Long Dream

    "For fifty years Europe has dreamed of building a common market a community and a union of nations into what some have likened to a United States of Europe. Today, the European Union, takes in 27 nations and is the largest trading bloc in the world. Its population is larger than the United States and some say it's currency, the Euro, could one day overtake the dollar as the world's trading currency. Europe is growing, changing and facing a crossroads in its history.You probably don't spend much time thinking about Europe. For most of us Europe's turbulent past has been forgotten. For many others Europe has become a museum of past glories. Yet Europe could one day soon have a dramatic impact on your life. Stay with us as we look beyond today's headlines and consider Europe's Long Dream. " History


  • Britannia
  • Regia Anglorum
  • What Were Anglo Saxon Buildings Like?, from BBC
  • Wikipedia
  • Government

  • European Union

  • European Union From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "... is an economic and political union of 27 member states,[6] located primarily in Europe. Committed to regional integration, the EU was established by the Treaty of Maastricht on 1 November 1993 upon the foundations of the pre-existing European Economic Community.[7] With almost 500 million citizens, the EU combined generates an estimated 30% share (US$18.4 trillion in 2008) of the nominal gross world product and about 22% of the PPP gross world product.[8]
    The EU has developed a single market through a standardised system of laws which apply in all member states, ensuring the free movement of people, goods, services, and capital.[9] It maintains common policies on trade,[10] agriculture, fisheries[11] and regional development.[12] Sixteen member states have adopted a common currency, the euro, constituting the Eurozone. The EU has developed a limited role in foreign policy, having representation at the WTO, G8, G20 and at the UN. It enacts legislation in justice and home affairs, including the abolition of passport controls by an agreement between 25 member states which form the Schengen Area.[13]
    As an international organisation, the EU operates through a hybrid system of supranationalism and intergovernmentalism.[14][15][16] In certain areas, decisions are made through negotiation between member states, while in others, independent supranational institutions are responsible without a requirement for unanimity between member states. Important institutions and bodies of the EU include the European Commission, the Council of the European Union, the European Council, the European Court of Justice, and the European Central Bank. The European Parliament is elected every five years by member states' citizens, to whom the citizenship of the European Union is guaranteed.
    The EU originates from the European Coal and Steel Community formed among six countries in 1951 and the Treaty of Rome in 1957.[17][18][19] Since then, the EU has evolved through a process of enlargement, while new policy areas have been added to the remit of its institutions."

  • MEP Reprimanded For Exposing EU Dictatorship Paul Joseph Watson Prison Thursday, November 26, 2009

  • "An astounding exchange took place in the European Union Parliament earlier this week when MEP Nigel Farage was reprimanded for daring to expose the fact that the EU is an authoritarian dictatorship ruled by unelected bureaucrats to the detriment of national sovereignty. Farage effectively broke a tyrannical 1999 law that states it is illegal to criticize the EU.
    People like European Commission President Manuel Barroso squirmed and scowled as Farage openly savaged EU elitists for their lies and cronyism.
    Farage wasted no time in going after the EU over their dictatorial policies, stating, “It’s taken you eight and a half years of bullying, of lying, of ignoring democratic referendums to get this treaty through (referring to the Lisbon Treaty)”.
    Farage then attacked the appointment of Van Rompuy as the first EU President, highlighting that he was merely a pliable front man for Barroso.
    "But at least he’s an elected politician unlike Baroness Ashton,” said Farage, referring to the woman who landed the job of High Representative for Foreign Affairs.
    "In some ways she’s ideal isn’t she ,” said Farage, leader of the UK Independence Party. “She has never had a proper job, and has never been elected to anything in her life, so I guess she’s perfect for this European Union.”
    As soon as Farage hit his stride in revealing the dictatorial nature of the EU, he was immediately reprimanded by President of the European Parliament, Jerzy Buzek, who said he would like to “put down” Farage and later warned him for the “tone” Mr. Farage used in criticizing”important EU people”.
    As we have seen in the past, the EU is very sensitive about anyone discussing the fact that they represent a dictatorial body.
    The Nazis killed people who spoke out against the Third Reich, whereas the EU has implemented an altogether more efficient solution – simply kill their free speech instead.
    Earlier this year, a Dutch MP was refused entry to Britain because his political opinions were deemed offensive under EU laws. Euro MP’s have consistently attempted to ban the “dangerous and unregulated blogosphere” in an attempt to shut down free speech on the Internet. Under the 1999 ruling of the European Court Of Justice (case 274/99), it is illegal to criticize the EU and the EU is on a mission to outlaw any national political parties that do not pander to the European federal superstate agenda....

    Related Sites:

  • EU calls for ‘new deal for new world’ with Obama Economic Times | November 6, 2008
  • ,br> ".."We need a new deal for a new world. I sincerely hope that with the leadership of President Obama, the US will join forces with Europe to drive this new deal – for the benefit of our societies, for the benefit of the world," he said in a statement.
    Ahead of Tuesday’s election, politicians across Europe had expressed the hope that the successor to US President George W Bush – whether Obama or his rival, John McCain – would abandon Bush’s unilateral stance in favour of more cooperation with the EU...

    New EU president confirms New World Order desire (19Nov09)

    "As plain as it comes, the newly "elected" cnut that is the EUSSR president confirms the desire for a one world government, a New World Order of worldwide oppression and the spread of worldwide Communism. If it didn't hit you what the EU project is all about, the new EU "president" confirms it for you in this clip."

  • " Someone recently asked if the European "Superstate" and the coming "New World Order" are signs of Christ’s return. The short answer is Yes!
    We are living at a time in which it is not only possible for a world dictator of unprecedented authority to emerge-the Antichrist— it is also inevitable. God’s Word states that only seven empires will exist in world history before Christ returns. The verse proving this statement is Revelation 17:10, "There are seven kings: five are fallen, and one is, and the other is not yet come; and when he cometh, he must continue a short space." The five fallen empires referred to by John in this verse are Assyria, Egypt, Babylon, Medo-Persia, and Greece. The one that ruled at the time John wrote the Book of Revelation was Rome. One more final empire would arise, but there would first be a long delay. That global power would be the "revived Roman Empire," a scenario we addressed briefly in an earlier question. From this final group of nations the figure known as the Antichrist emerges and reigns for a brief period—just eighty-four months.
    So the question: Is this period way off in the distant future? No! It is around the corner. The world is on the brink of submission to this latter-day power. This revived Roman Empire is presently assembling and organizing itself under the aegis of the European Union, a federal Super-state that will form the basis for the last one-world government. This dictatorship under Antichrist rules with supernatural power, advanced twenty-first-century technological police-state know-how, and unthinkable terror. Is it in the making? Judge for yourself. The European Community created the European Monetary Institute in January 1994, and it is scheduled to become a central bank issuing a single currency no later than 2002. We are already seeing the power, threat, and influence of the Euro....

    *see Ministry: End Times, Prophecy, Prophetic, Rapture, Tribulation, etc...



    Daniel 2 #7 The EU Revelation 17 Woman Rides The Beast

    "Outside of Israel becoming a nation, the development of the old Roman Empire into the E.U. is one of the greatest fulfillments of end time Bible prophecy. Watch as God reveals to a pagan king the plan of God from 600 B.C. to our very day! This is an amazing insight into what is happening before our very eyes. This is part 7 of a series."


  • Europe From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

  • "Definition
    The use of the term "Europe" has developed gradually throughout history.[6][7] In antiquity, the Greek historian Herodotus mentioned that the world had been divided by unknown persons into the three continents of Europe, Asia, and Libya (Africa), with the Nile and the river Phasis forming their boundaries — though he also states that some considered the River Don, rather than the Phasis, as the boundary between Europe and Asia.[8] Flavius Josephus and the Book of Jubilees described the continents as the lands given by Noah to his three sons; Europe was defined as between the Pillars of Hercules at Cadiz, separating it from Africa, and the Don, separating it from Asia."...
    In ancient Greek mythology, Europa was a Phoenician princess whom Zeus abducted after assuming the form of a dazzling white bull. He took her to the island of Crete where she gave birth to Minos, Rhadamanthus and Sarpedon. For Homer, Europe (Greek: Εὐρώπη, Eurṓpē; see also List of traditional Greek place names) was a mythological queen of Crete, not a geographical designation. Later, Europa stood for central-north Greece, and by 500 BC its meaning had been extended to the lands to the north.
    The name of Europa is of uncertain etymology.[18] One theory suggests that it is derived from the Greek roots meaning broad (eur-) and eye (op-, opt-), hence Eurṓpē, "wide-gazing", "broad of aspect" (compare with glaukōpis (grey-eyed) Athena or boōpis (ox-eyed) Hera)...


  • Royal Servants Reign Ministries

  • 2003: "Becky Odegaard (local church member) will be traveling with a team called the Nehemiah Team from Royal Servant's Reign Ministries. She left Minnesota around the end of June and will be training in Illionois until mid-July she will be in Europe. Please keep her and team in prayer that God will use each of them to touch lives of the people they'll be reaching out too.


  • Romani people From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

  • "..The Romani (also Romany, Romanies, Romanis, Roma or Roms; exonym: Gypsies; Romani: Romane or Rromane, depending on the dialect) are an ethnic group living mostly in Europe, who trace their origins to medieval India.
    The Romani are widely dispersed, with their largest concentrated populations in Europe, especially the Roma of Central and Eastern Europe and Anatolia, followed by the Iberian Kale in Southwestern Europe and Southern France. In more recent migrations, some people have gone to the Americas and, to a lesser extent, other parts of the world...
    The English term Gypsy (or Gipsy) originates from the Greek word for "Egyptian", Αιγύπτιοι (Aigyptioi, whence modern Greek γύφτοι gifti), in the belief that the Romanies, or some other Gypsy groups (such as the Balkan Egyptians), originated in Egypt, and in one narrative were exiled as punishment for allegedly harboring the infant Jesus

    Shakira - Gypsy , from

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