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The Power of Language

This is what is feared: that flags do not nourish the blood, that history is not glorious or truthful. I sleep and dream in two languages. I gain wisdom from more than one fountain. I pass between borders made to control what is owned. The body cannot be owned. The land cannot be owned, only misunderstood or named by its knowing. "The Borders are Fluid Within Us" by Dan Vera There are over 160,000 students in New York City public schools who are English Language Learners. How would you feel if you were in a new classroom where you could not speak the dominant language? How would you get by? At the “Teaching for English Language Learners through Dance, Movement & Music,” workshop at Carnegie

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