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Diversity & Inclusion Conversations Ep. 2

This is the second interview of the Diversity & Inclusion series. A1C Jonathan Broersma tells of his experiences after immigrating to America when he was two years old. "'Sitting down and talking about things is one of the biggest things we can to do to educate people; stop the ignorance; stop the hate."

PHOTO BY: Airman 1st Class Dominic Tyler
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