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Model U.N. Program Brought to Inner City Schools
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Model U.N. Program Brought to Inner City Schools

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Model U.N. Program Brought to Inner City Schools

Model U.N. Program Brought to Inner City Schools
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Some inner city schools in New York begin participating in Model U.N., a decades-old program that aims to provide high school students with an understanding of the United Nations and contemporary international issues. The program has traditionally been limited to the best public and elite private schools. Hear NPR's Margot Adler.

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