An article written by one of our own volunteers, Kyra Schell. She exemplifies and portrays what we here at the Hazleton One Community Center hope to achieve; change others perspective on Diversity. We hope and want to bring unity, because together we can bring positive change.
In the picutre, from left: Alex Ball and Joe Levitan, founders of the Sacred Valley Project; Amilcar Arroyo, president and editor of El Mensajero; Elaine Curry, HIP co-founder; Gabriela Scarafioca, Sacred Valley Project director; Carlota Laucatta-Quispe, a student with the Sacred Valley Project; Jorge Ruiz and Roberto Aliaga, representing the Hazleton Peruvian community and Bob Curry, HIP co-founder.
Bob Curry, center, president of the Hazleton Integration Project, holds the Pennsylvania State Education Association's Award for Human and Civil Rights that the organization received Thursday in Philadelphia. At left is Michael J. Crossey, PSEA president; at right is Elaine Maddon Curry, program director, Hazleton One Community Center. Created by: Standard Speaker