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The Migrant & Refugee Youth Art Program was created to facilitate positive expression during the COVID-19 crisis. 47 local refugee youth were provided with art kits and assigned a mentor to work with them through their process of expression. A variety of mediums were made available including photojournalism, painting, drawing, writing, and music. Youth have the option of participating in a virtual art show at the end of the month.
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