For D.C. based author and illustrator Juana Medina, learning English in her native Columbia was a requirement she resisted as a child, yet appreciated later as an adult.
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- Linda Coombs Associate Director Wampanoag Indian Program, Plimouth Plantation
- Penny Gamble-Williams host and producer, “The Talking Feather" WOL-AM
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