Community partnership allows students to work for social change with art
Sherrie Johnson

BALTIMORE - In Southwest Baltimore it's 3:15pm and school is out, but the learning continues with Access Art. It's an After School Arts and Media Center that serves over 100 youths.

They use their artistic ability and understanding of the environment for social change.

"It's really fun and it's not like school. It's not boring. They make everything fun. It's fun to do and they make a lot of art to show us and we make art about us," said Jaela Paranilam, fourth grade student with Access Art.

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