United States Foreign Language Deficit (Sammy Ali)

April 26, 2022 00:22:16
United States Foreign Language Deficit (Sammy Ali)
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United States Foreign Language Deficit (Sammy Ali)
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Show Notes

 We join Sammy Ali to learn about language in America. Sammy speaks with William McClure, Dean of Arts and Humanities and Professor of Japanese at Queens College about diversity on campus, why speaking multiple languages isn’t more prominent, and how language barriers affect the country. 

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