Skin You Live In
Sherri Modrak assists a student with an art project as part of the Skin You Live In diversity program sponsored by South Shore Arts last week at John Wood Elementary School in Merrillville. Modrak is a former student at the school and represents McDonald's, a corporate sponsor of the program.
Students use construction paper that most closely approximates their skin color as part of the Skin You Live In diversity program Feb. 8 at John Wood Elementary School.
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