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Rheanna and Kong, two STEP-UP teens, work together to plan and create a mosaic at Cafe SouthSide off of Chicago.
Mentoring Peace Through Art works with STEP-UP youth to revive plans for a mosaic that had been discussed years prior.
Jimmy Longoria makes his argument against needed committee approval for his designs.
The annual Hopkins Art Fair draws a crowd for Mentoring Peace Through Art's canvases.
A patriotic mural continues to spread its influence for good as Step Up youth work to finish their project off of Snelling.
Mentoring Peace Through Art teaches Step Up youth how to better themselves in many ways, including cooking.
On June 18, fifteen kids met for their first day of training with Mentoring Peace Through Art at the University of Minnesota Urban Research and Outreach/Engagement Center.
Elementary school kids write to the mayor for permission to paint with artist Jimmy Longoria.
Kate Hondlik shares the techniques behind her scarves with artist Jimmy Longoria as the two craft unique designs together.
Artist Jimmy Longoria and friends feature artwork meant to promote peace and change
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