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Breaking Down Our Walls:

6/08/13 - 9/26/2013

Main Library

Library Café Exhibit Case - Lower Level

100 Larkin St.

This exhibit showcases artwork by various students enrolled in the SF Sheriff's Department Five Keys Charter School. These schools are high schools for adults inside county jails, at post-release sites, and at community programs throughout San Francisco. The goal is to show that the artists are more than students, more than incarcerated persons, and more than just disenfranchised people.  The Five Keys Art exhibit illustrates how this program provides a path to embracing students as whole people with dreams and aspirations, as well as re-introduces the students to the community, and the community to the students.

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Black History Month Scavenger Hunt
Sunday, February 19, 2017, 8:00 am
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