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November 24, 2020 32 min
Join Nishi Langhorne and Kathleen Otal as we interview Seth LeBlanc, English and Creative Writing teacher at McLean HS. He shares the experiences of coming out, meeting his now husband, and discovering his love of teaching English. Some nuggets of wisdom from our conversation: time heals most wounds, literature is a tool for personal growth, celebrate small successes, and in the words of Seth's grandmother, "love always wins." Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes so you know when our next episode is released and leave a review because your feedback counts! Podcast website: Twitter: @MrsLanghorne @KathleenOtal Email:
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