An Education: Mariama Diallo and PT Smith3 February - 22 mins
We hear two stories about growing up, as well as listen to a preview of The Moth’s spinoff podcast: Grown.
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Hosted by: Devin Elise Wilson
Mariama Diallo learns to stand up for herself, and her brother.
PT Smith discovers the magic of reading
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