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Thirty years ago, a young man from Guyana wrote the book “To Sir With Love” and changed the way Americans thought about classroom education. Since then, author Edward Braithwaite has led an accomplished life, including servicing as Guyana’s first ambassador to the United Nations. Braithwaite joins Kojo for an hour of reflection and discussion.
- Edward Braithwaite Author; former Guyanese Ambassador to the United Nations
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