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This Week On Metro Connection: Global D.C.

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We'll grab our passports and take a tour of our very international region. We'll hear how the long shadows of the Salvadoran civil war continue to affect D.C.'s Latino residents. We'll head to the National Zoo to meet a vet who studies global pandemics. And we'll explore whether Chinese culture can be preserved in Washington's rapidly-changing Chinatown.


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