Armenians Teens a Touchpoint for L.A. Immigrant Issues

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For parents in the Armenian community of Los Angeles, maintaining a sense of cultural identity is a priority — and that means keeping their language and religion alive. But Armenian children growing up in Southern California are torn between two worlds. NPR's Amy Walters reports.

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