Camp for Indian Adoptees Makes an Unlikely Home in Johnstown, PA

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Johnstown, Pennsylvania isn’t exactly a multicultural mecca, but every summer since 1977 Indian adoptees and their parents have gathered there for a heritage camp. The camp pulls families from Florida to Maine to Illinois who have adopted Indian children. This year marked the 30th anniversary of the camp. WPSU’s Emily Reddy reports on the camp and how it found an unlikely home in Johnstown.


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