EPIC leader delivers first-hand report of U.S.-Mexico border conditions


PINE PLAINS — Following her return from Tijuana, Abby Nathanson, founder and director of Engaging People in Change (EPIC) in Millbrook, spoke to the Pine Plains community about conditions at the border between the United States and Mexico, sharing her insights and experiences in a discussion on Wednesday, May 15, in the Community Room above the Pine Plains Free Library. 

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