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    Daniuschka Rengifo, who fled Venezuela for the United States in 2014, this month graduated with honors from Blue Valley North High School. She gave a powerful speech at her graduation that highlighted the family's struggle in their country, including the kidnapping of her mother. She discusses the feelings behind the speech at her grandparents’ house in Overland Park.

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