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Tuesday, April 23, 2024

GERALD LILES


Florida Alligator
OPINION  |  COLUMNS

Diversity, obscure classes offer value

About 30 years ago, the Sabine tribe of Mount Elgon in Uganda was approached by the country's government. They were asking if the Sabine could move outside of the new boundaries of the national park. It was a little surprising, as the Ugandan officials were the first human beings they had ever seen other than themselves. The tribe had been isolated so long they literally thought they were the only people on the planet.

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