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New Voices: Bi-Lingual Education

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New Voices: Bi-Lingual Education

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New Voices: Bi-Lingual Education

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Today, we begin a new feature on News & Notes. We're highlighting some of the brightest young voices of journalism, and bringing them to you.

We begin with the story of one California community, where people are actually learning how to "talk" in an ever-changing work environment.

Los Angeles based reporter Jenee Darden presents a piece about bi-lingual education in the African American community.

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