Diverse creative programs provide alternatives for at-risk, inner-city youth

Stanford Thompson is on a mission. He has dedicated himself to making it normal for a parent to say, “I want my kid to carry a violin after school,” every year.

“Most people do not understand the kind of work that goes into learning to play the violin,” he said. He wants it to become more normal for communities to request programs like his in their community centers or in their churches…Read More

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By: Mashaun D. Simon


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