ST. CLOUD, Minnesota (AP) – A group of writers gathered Thursday evening in a room in the Great River Regional Library, sipping cups of Somali tea and tasting slices of pie while browsing the poetry displayed in small glass centers at the front of the room.
The event celebrated the work of immigrants enrolled in a weekly class of English learners operating out of the community center in La Cruz. As of 2020, the Adult Basic Education class has been teaching students English and other life skills through poetry, the St. Cloud Times reported.Source link
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