Parish Episcopal Students Present Homelessness Project to City Council

Pardon the angle.

Bright and early this morning, during the Dallas City Council’s open microphone session, students from Parish Episcopal School presented a homelessness art project to councilmembers.
The project is part of 29 Pieces, a Dallas-based arts non-profit organization focused on the creation of monumental change through monumental art. The group includes students from Parish, Irma Rangel Young Women’s Leadership School, and Maya Angelou High School. The students presented large murals and posters to the council, answering the question, “If you were a great peacemaker like Ghandi, Mother Teresa, or Martin Luther King, what would you do about homelessness?”
If you happen to be downtown, the project will be on display in the first floor of the downtown branch of the Dallas Public Library later today.

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