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VIDEO SPOTLIGHT

1966 Caracas, Venezuela: Day One of Junior High For An American Girl By Storyteller Angela Lloyd

Moving to Junior High school opens Angela’s eyes to a society and culture that she had been living in (Caracas, Venezuela), and yet one from which she was separate. Angela’s story tells a universal truth: we think we are the only ones telling ourselves “We do not belong here.”

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“There are all kinds of ways to talk French…. Just as there are all kinds of different ways to talk English….”

 

- Storyteller Michael Parent
The Restaurant Story: A French American Becomes More Visible

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