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Centuries-old Ladino language makes UCLA comeback

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The UCLA campus in Westwood, CA Photo by Chris Radcliff via Flickr Creative Commons

Ladino was spoken by Jews booted out of Spain during the Inquisition in the late 1400s. Fast forward to 2015, and it's enjoying something of a revival in a small classroom at UCLA, led by instructor, Bryan Kirschen. 

Listen to more of the Ladino language here.

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