Arabic, Chinese language classes attract Seattle high-schoolers

10/17/2003 | Seattle Times, The

Seattle teens are flocking to after-school Arabic and Chinese classes sponsored by the nonprofit group OneWorld Now! The organization, founded after the Sept. 11 attacks to increase young people's awareness of global issues, hopes to attract economically disadvantaged students to the program.

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