Ladd CH2 pages 111-112 Ella Mae Lentz (10:09)
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By PEARL YOUTH, June 11, 2012 @ 5:24 pm
Ella, I love your presentation…glad that you did that for us. What you said makes me feel better about myself…now I have to fight back courageously to stand up for my rights at that “mobbing” meeting of VR Dept against my freedom of choices in area of employment.
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