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In the related article, we meet Paula Ohaus, classroom teacher and theater arts coordinator for Hudson County Schools, who says:
“In this district we see kids with a lot of culture in their homes — Hispanic and African-American culture,” she said. “When we get dancers we get salsa, merengue and hip-hop dancers. We also get storytelling — when you’re so connected to the place you come from in lineage, you get stories. You also get struggle. That’s how we in this district are rich.”
MASHA: (Laughs softly.) You speak to me like that, and I can't help laughing, even though it petrifies me. Don't say it again, I beg of you...(In a lower voice.) Oh, go ahead, say it anyway, I don't care...(Covers her face with her hands.) I don't care. They're coming, talk about something else...