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'I Am a Global Citizen'

NEW YORK, June 27, 2013 — International Studies Schools Network student Eliza Cummings talks about her experiences as a student at the Denver Center for International Studies and how it has shaped her into the global citizen she is today at the 2013 Partnership for Global Learning conference. (7 min., 25 sec.)

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