Welcome back to another episode of voices of Monadnock, where host Anena Hansen interviews guest Mary Ganon. They discuss Winchester's unique challenges and opportunities as a border town, and the importance of fostering community conversations and creating safe spaces. Anena emphasizes the role of educational equity, language, and culture in building inclusive communities.

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