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Acadian French

In the 1950s, young Franco Americans growing up in Maine were often forbidden to speak French in school. Many gave up speaking their unique brand of Acadian French altogether, for fear of prejudice. Now, Charlotte Renner reports on a group of middle-aged women who are trying to relearn their native language.

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