2016 Youth Institute fellows, Rachel Mazyck and Jerry Paret, used books to teach children at The Barnyard Coconut Grove Cares about peace, kindness and how to use their hands to help rather than hurt. The service learning project was created entirely by a group of Youth Institute students with the goal of eliminating gun violence. About 100 children received free books after the presentation.
2016 Youth Institute fellows, Rachel Mazyck and Jerry Paret, used books to teach children at The Barnyard Coconut Grove Cares about peace, kindness and how to use their hands to help rather than hurt. The service learning project was created entirely by a group of Youth Institute students with the goal of eliminating gun violence. About 100 children received free books after the presentation.
2016 Youth Institute fellows, Rachel Mazyck and Jerry Paret, used books to teach children at The Barnyard Coconut Grove Cares about peace, kindness and how to use their hands to help rather than hurt. The service learning project was created entirely by a group of Youth Institute students with the goal of eliminating gun violence. About 100 children received free books after the presentation.

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