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Welcome to American Mosaic from VOA Learning English.I'm June Simms.
Today on the show we play summery music suggested by listeners.
We also look a New York City program that provides information to immigrants interested in American citizenship.
But first we go to California to learn about a program that helps prisoners and the public at large.
The western state of California is known for wildfires. This year the fire season has been extremely active.
California has some of the most experienced firefighters in the country because of its high risk of fire.
Prisoners in California also take part in firefighting efforts. Mario Ritter tells us how and why.
Every morning prisoners in orange clothing go to their jobs as fire fighters.
If there is no fire at the time, they carefully clean all the tools needed to make firebreaks.
Firebreaks are barriers made of grass or land that slow or stop the spread of fire.
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