Endangered Languages, Culinary Dreams & 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 celebrated personal chef to the stars, Chef Jermome Brown--a.k.a. Chef Rome, is fresh on the heels of his invitation to participate in the International Food & Wine Festival.  He joins World Footprints to talk about his journey from a small neighborhood eatery in Rocky Mount, North Carolina to the accolades he was showered with 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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