A Club That Speaks the Language: 'Latinas Vecinas' Book clubs and knitting clubs are popular ways for women to get together with friends. Commentator Ana Hebra Flaster thinks those clubs are fine for most of her neighbors in Lexington, Mass., but she belongs to a much more exclusive group: She gets together with other native Spanish-speakers.
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A Club That Speaks the Language: 'Latinas Vecinas'

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A Club That Speaks the Language: 'Latinas Vecinas'

A Club That Speaks the Language: 'Latinas Vecinas'

A Club That Speaks the Language: 'Latinas Vecinas'

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Book clubs and knitting clubs are popular ways for women to get together with friends. Commentator Ana Hebra Flaster thinks those clubs are fine for most of her neighbors in Lexington, Mass., but she belongs to a much more exclusive group: She gets together with other native Spanish-speakers.