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Everyone Has a Story

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10 minutes
Source: Facing History and Ourselves

Arn Chorn Pond tells of adjustment to high school in New Hampshire as a teenager who spoke no English and had no knowledge of American culture. He learned to speak English and to tell his own story. He explains his experiences as a child during war in Cambodia and encourages everyone to share their personal stories.

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