The United States Flag Code states that the American flag should never fly upside down, except when used as a distress signal, and that it should not touch anything beneath it. The union should be at the top of the staff... More »

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Proper etiquette for attending a powwow includes punctuality, appropriate dress, appropriate behavior, a willingness to dance, honoring protocols, and not bringing alcohol and drugs. While photographs are often allowed, ... More »

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Etiquette is important because it implies polite behavior and helps to build relationships with people whether it is in the workplace or at a party. Etiquette is one way to show respect for other people and to request re... More »

Some common rules for the proper displaying of the American flag is that the flag should never be made to bow before anyone, and is only allowed to be flown upside down as a signal of distress, according to U.S. Flag. Th... More »

The American flag is important because the stars stand for the states of the United States, and the 13 stripes represent the original 13 colonies that came together to oppose the British. The American flag is a statement... More »

The United States Flag Code, a federal law, states that an American flag displayed vertically against a wall or in a window should have the union to the observer's left. The union refers to the cluster of white stars in ... More »

Rules for displaying a United States flag include flying right side up unless in the case of an emergency and not using the flag as a drapery for any object. The flag should be clean and mended at all times. More »