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Young Writers Claim the Block at MoAD

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, Eming Piansay & Rupa Dev Posted: Feb 25, 2010

Editor's Note: YO! headed over to an event sponsored by Writers Corps at the The Museum of the African Diaspora where students from Ida B. Wells and Downtown High School in San Francisco shared their creative writing that connected their city to their art. Eming Piansay and Rupa Dev are editors at YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia.



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