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Celebrating Diversity
Art therapist Marygrace Berberian was in the World Trade Center when the first plane hit. While dealing with her own trauma, she recognized the need to help students throughout the region express their fears... and their hopes. She asked her students to draw self-portraits for a cityscape art installation in lower Manhattan. The voices of these young New Yorkers are heartfelt and inspirational, and their work is now available for the general public to see in the lobby of the Equitable building.

Visit the website of the World Trade Center Children's Mural Project to learn more about the project.


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