Learning black history, reflections on William Blake poetry, and neonatal opioid dependency - Ep.15

February 06, 2018 00:17:36
Learning black history, reflections on William Blake poetry, and neonatal opioid dependency - Ep.15
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Learning black history, reflections on William Blake poetry, and neonatal opioid dependency - Ep.15

Feb 06 2018 | 00:17:36

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Show Notes

Students from Holy Family Academy discuss reasons to learn African American history, Jourdan, from The Ellis School, reflects on The Little Black Boy, by William Blake and Community Foundation of Westmoreland County youth philanthropy interns feature a short documentary on neonatal abstinence syndrome, an effect of opioids on unborn children.

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