Joel Stigale, director of Catalyst Hip-Hop, asks attendees of his biweekly break-dancing competition at First Presbyterian Church of Miami of Miami Springs, “Are you taking what [Jesus] did for granted?” in this Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008, photo. Stigale gave local youths a place to practice their oft-marginalized talents, keeping them off the streets.
Joel Stigale, director of Catalyst Hip-Hop, asks attendees of his biweekly break-dancing competition at First Presbyterian Church of Miami of Miami Springs, “Are you taking what [Jesus] did for granted?” in this Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008, photo. Stigale gave local youths a place to practice their oft-marginalized talents, keeping them off the streets. Daniel Bock Special to the Miami Herald
Joel Stigale, director of Catalyst Hip-Hop, asks attendees of his biweekly break-dancing competition at First Presbyterian Church of Miami of Miami Springs, “Are you taking what [Jesus] did for granted?” in this Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008, photo. Stigale gave local youths a place to practice their oft-marginalized talents, keeping them off the streets. Daniel Bock Special to the Miami Herald

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