Meet Emmanuel Moyaho | KCET
Meet Emmanuel Moyaho
I am in 12th grade and I go to Los Angeles River School. I like going outside and being active. I live in Glassell Park and I live close to the Los Angeles River.
Where is the first and last place you would take a new visitor in your neighborhood?
I would show them the L.A. River and the last place would be the mall.
What object connects you to your neighborhood?
My library card connects me to my neighborhood because I have memories of going there with my sister when my mom would go to her job.
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