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Endangered Languages, Chef Rome, and Sylvia's Children

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Every 14 days a language dies. National Geographic author and renown linguist, David Harrison, joins World Footprints to discuss his latest book: The Last Speakers: The Quest to Save the World’s Most Endangered Languages. Then, the personal chef to the stars—aka Chef Rome—whose clients include Shaquille O’Neal and Colin Powell, chats with World Footprints Radio hosts Tonya and Ian Fitzpatrick about his journey from a neighborhood eatery in Rocky Mount, N.C., to this month’s International Food & Wine Festival in Orlando, Fla. Finally, Sylvia Allen is a prominent business woman, Associate Professor of Marketing and Author; but since 2003, she has placed the title of Humanitarian at the top of her professional mantel. After returning from a humanitarian trip to Uganda, where she was adopted as a grandmother by local children, Sylvia returned and created “Sylvia’s Children” with a commitment to help feed, clothe and educate the children of Uganda.

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