Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for The D n A Digital and Art Curriculum Project

Plaza de la Raza is directly across Valley Blvd. from the USC  HSC
The beautiful mural depicting the women and children at the base of the three and male leaders in the branches
Dr. Larry Kedes receives certificate of commendation for IGM Art Gallery's innovative technology classes at Plaza & USC
September 17, 2007
Lincoln Heights, CA

The Digital and Art project (DnA) is a collaborative project intended to help bring communication technology and social networking resources and skills to the teens of Lincoln Heights.  The project seeks to ease what Senator Gloria Romero called "The Digital Divide."  The Senator commended the IGM Art Gallery Advisory Council for its programs to bring opportunities for the youth of Lincoln Heights to enter the world of technology.*

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