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May 07, 2008

All-new Spanish-language DVD

A Spanish-language DVD containing six short video presentations (seven-to-10 minutes each) that offer important information and resources to guide families on how to live safely and securely in the United States is now available from North Carolina Cooperative Extension.

"Living in the United States: A guide to educational, health, residence and law enforcement systems in the U.S.” (Viviendo en los Estados Unidos: Una guía a los sistemas de educación, salud, vivienda y seguridad publica)

Translations are by Andrew Behnke, Ph.D. and Sofia Baucom. Behnke is an assistant professor and human development specialist, 4-H Youth Development and Family & Consumer Sciences Department, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, North Carolina State University. Baucom is family services manager for the East Coast Migrant Head Start Program.

DVDs are currently available upon request for $2.50 each, or special deals can be negotiated. E-mail laverta_flewellen@ncsu.edu to request copies.

Posted by Art at May 7, 2008 12:48 PM