Hope Holds No Borders: Chidren’s Art of Compassion and Inclusion
Where: Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County
Welwyn Preserve, 100 Crescent Beach Rd.
516-571-8040 Price: $10 suggested donation
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Special Guest Speaker
Eileen McGann, Director of the Arts & Creative Therapies, MercyFirst
Special Exhibit through August 26th
Hope Holds No Borders highlights several art projects that helped children reach out to each other in the hope of increasing awareness, acceptance of diversity, creating inclusion, and developing solidarity.
The art was created by young migrants, refugees, and U.S. citizens residing at MercyFirst along with child refugees in Istanbul.
The exhibit demonstrates universal experiences of home, family, loss, fear, joy, love, and hope. This was first exhibited at the U.N. in June 2017.
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