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Lydia Esparra speaking to adopted Latino children

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Lydia Esparra talking to adopted Latino children. (Source: WOIO) Lydia Esparra talking to adopted Latino children. (Source: WOIO)
Lydia Esparra at Mi Pueblo Culture Camp. (Source: WOIO) Lydia Esparra at Mi Pueblo Culture Camp. (Source: WOIO)
Lydia Esparra talking to children in Cleveland Heights. (Source: WOIO) Lydia Esparra talking to children in Cleveland Heights. (Source: WOIO)
Mi Pueblo campers with Lydia Esparra. (Source: WOIO) Mi Pueblo campers with Lydia Esparra. (Source: WOIO)
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH (WOIO) -

Mi Pueblo is a not-for-profit, week-long Latin American Culture Camp, providing fun and cultural awareness for children adopted from Latin America and their siblings. 

19 Action News reporter/anchor Lydia Esparra spoke to over 150 children attending Mi Pueblo Culture Camp.

Founded by adoptive parents in 1993, the Camp is sponsored by the parent support group, Concern for Children, Inc.

It is held every summer during the third week in June in Cleveland Heights, Ohio

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