Tatiana Balabanis, summer intern for the Wells International Foundation, talks about the Paris cultural mix: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gXdYQL7Q-mg.
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I often pass by this street on my way to the rendezvous point to give our popular “Black History in and around the Luxembourg Garden” walk. The street is named after the 17th-century philosopher Nicolas Malebranche.
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Loretta Jefferson joined me for our “Black History in and around the Luxembourg Garden” walk this morning. She came to Paris to see Toni Morrison’s “Bench by the Side of the Road,” located in the 20th arrondissement.
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“Here lived a man who ate some cake while on a diet.”
A man reads a book while walking through the Jardin des Plantes.
A couple poses for a selfie on Trocadero Plaza with the Eiffel Tower as a backdrop.
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