Chicago Youth Peace Building and Justice 2013

Darlene and Jesus

<p>Jesus (right), pictured here with Darlene, created a list of scholarships in Illinois that don’t require a Social Security number, which means that undocumented students can apply. He’s considering a law career, but for now he’s getting a wealth of experience in understanding individuals’ interactions with the legal system.</p>

Jesus (right), pictured here with Darlene, created a list of scholarships in Illinois that don’t require a Social Security number, which means that undocumented students can apply. He’s considering a law career, but for now he’s getting a wealth of experience in understanding individuals’ interactions with the legal system.

What do you get when you mix art and activism (along with some grout)? "Artivism," that's what. AFSC's Youth Peace Building and Justice Program, directed by Darlene Gramigna, is helping students make beautiful goods and changes in their lives and the life of their community. These photos tell the story.

Created Date: 
Jun 24, 2013

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