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StoryCorps: Q&A: Being Different

Animated video, based on a StoryCorps interview with a child who has significant difficulties interacting socially, illustrates and explains the challenges of being different. 3mins, 59secs courtesy of netTrekker
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Animated video, based on a StoryCorps interview with a child who has significant difficulties interacting socially, illustrates and explains the challenges of being different. [3mins, 59secs]

courtesy of netTrekker

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