Cultural Diversity Series: Somali Bantu- Historical Background and Vermont Experiences

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Mohamed Abdi, President of the Somali Bantu Association of Vermont and Abdullahi Hassan, both Burlington School District Liasons for Bi-lingual and Bi cultural Home School, present the Somali Bantu historical and cultural background, their educational and other experiences here in Vermont. A presentation of the Cultural Diversity Series of the Diversity and Equity Office of the Burlington School district and Fletcher Free Library.

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