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This week's guest is Frank Domenico Cipriani. Frank has written locally on four continents. Seeking his fortune in Argentina during the 1980's, he published two books in Spanish. Upon returning to the US, he became involved in Primitive Survival, spent eighteen years as a full-time home schooling father, and started a nonprofit organization that took children on 200-plus mile walkabouts, planted over 3,000 trees and taught seminars on bedtime storytelling, and ran storytelling workshops in the forest with Kenneth Little Hawk and Beverly Miller. His organization was featured in Weird NJ magazine, and recognized by then-senator Barack Obama in 2007. He lives near the Jersey shore with his family of ten. He writes a weekly column for a paper in Bangladesh, and publishes a column for the Riverside Signal called "You Think What You Think and I'll Think What I know." He was recognized by the State of New Jersey as the county's volunteer of the year in 2009, and has won several awards for Childrens' empowerment.
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