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In October, Ella Rises served 125 Latino girls between 8-12 grades helping them connect with their roots, discover and embrace who they, and express themselves through art workshops.

During the month, several topics were addressed such as identity, community, racism, discrimination, support, self-esteem and self-hate, stereotypes, resiliency, social media, and higher education opportunities.

Please join us in celebrating the completion of the program at the Ella Rises Art Gallery in November. Visit the Ella Rises website or attached images for more details.

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