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NORTH CAROLINA NOW

Thursday, Feb. 17, 2011

  • Aired: 02/17/2011
  • 28:09
  • Rating: NR
The NC Dept. of Public Instruction has identified four foreign languages as critical languages--Chinese, Japanese, Arabic and Russian. Derek Long visits the Weatherspoon Art Museum located on the campus of the UNC at Greensboro. Dr. Lindsay and Dr. Sweet will discuss the upcoming conference on "The Black Atlantic and the Biographical Turn: Slavery, Migration and Origins of the Modern World
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Donna Campbell begins a series involving Critical Foreign Languages in North Carolina....
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