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Angelique

Marshall

Family Child Care Provider
District of Columbia
Angelique is a Family Child Care Provider in Washington, D.C. and a member of Home Grown's Policy Workgroup.

"You have to remember, our city councilors have children. The mayor adopted a baby. So they understand if you want the American Dream, the picket fence, the good job, you need child care. That’s us. We ignite the economy so you can have that good life.”

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