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Brenda

Campbell

Family Child Care Provider
North Carolina

"We don't just teach history in February. We teach it 365 days a year. As long as they're here with me, they're going to know who they are and know their value and know where they come from and where they can go, and who they can be. It's very important to me that they know that and it's very important that the parents understand that."

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