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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.”
“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