P.S. 109 students place anti-violence murals on Glenwood underpass


Student at P.S. 109 produced eight anti-violence paintings and placed them on the walls of the Glenwood underpass. (Credit: News 12 Brooklyn)

Students of an East Flatbush school painted anti-violence murals in hopes of reducing crime in their neighborhood.

Kahill Lewis, a 13-year-old student at P.S. 109, and his classmates have worked tirelessly for the past two months to produce eight paintings depicting what their neighborhood would ideally look like. The murals span the walls of the Glenwood underpass.

City Councilman Jumaane...

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