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- Debra Lattanzi Shutika folklorist and associate professor of English, George Mason University; director, the Mason Project on Immigration; author of the forthcoming book, "Beyond the Borderlands: Mexican Transnational Lives, New Destinations, and The Sense of Place."
- Caren Cross former psychotherapist who moved to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and made the documentary "Lost and Found in Mexico" about her experience
- Lee Harrison roving Latin American editor, "International Living" magazine
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