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The NELA Riverfront Youth Voices student producers created digital murals of their neighborhood and the places that are meaningful to them. Scroll left and right to see the entire mural. Enjoy!
In my mural I selected two of my hotspots to feature. One was my high school, Los Angeles Leadership Academy and the second was the elementary school I volunteer at which is Albion Street Elementary. I selected LALA because it's a place I spend majority of my day at and because it's a place I see as part of, not only my community, but my life. Also Albion Street Elementary is the school I attended as a child so it has much sentimental value.
My favorite part of the mural is when I included my friend Richard's goofy picture of himself because we've become really close since we both attend such a small school like LALA. Another part of the mural I liked was being able to change the pictures I chose to create my mural. Overall it was a fun project and good experience.
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