BROOKLINE – The Brookline Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Community Relations (ODICR) invites the community to celebrate the reveal of the mural created through the “Community BUILDS” social action initiative tomorrow.
Tuesday, July 26, from 5-8 p.m.
Brookline Teen Center, 40 Aspinwall Ave
Community members are invited to celebrate the “Community BUILDs” social action initiative and the reveal of the new public mural at the Brookline Teen Center.
Brookline BIPOC youth, a BIPOC artist and a clinician worked together to design, develop and paint a mural that signifies the impact of racism on youth mental health.
Attendees will celebrate with food, music, art and lots of fun. The event is free and open to all members of the Brookline community.
ODICR launched “Community BUILDs,” a pilot social action initiative that tackles the impact of racism on youth mental health, in collaboration with the Brookline Arts Center, the Brookline Center, the Brookline Teen Center and Steps to Success. The initiative is supported by the Town of Brookline and Brookline Community Foundation through the Racial Equity Fund.
For more information, please visit https://brooklinema.gov/2269/Community-BUILDs.
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