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My Learning: Global Citizenship

October 6th is National Diversity Day.
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October 6th is National Diversity Day. Set off on a journey to understand how we depend on people around the world for everything we use in our daily lives. Visit with people in many countries to learn about who we rely on for our everyday products.

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