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The Memory Project

Nikita Kheni, Co-Editor-in-Chief

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Ms. Carson’s art students recently created portraits for a number of Syrian refugee children. Her class was sent photos of children from Syria and Jordan living in either refuges or orphanages. The art students created portraits and these portraits were delivered to the refuges and orphanages through The Memory Project. There was pure joy and gratitude that filled the children and adults there. $5187 in art supplies were also donated

 

Click to see a video of portraits being delivered here: https://vimeo.com/207306045/e6584357f1

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