Mo. students take the stage to raise awareness about gang violence

07/30/2014 | St. Louis American, The

Students participating in the Teens Make History program at the Missouri History Museum in St. Louis are writing and acting in a play this summer to raise awareness of gang violence. Tragic personal experiences serve as inspiration for some student actors, who are also learning about museum management. "We really focus on building professional skills, particularly teamwork," said Ellen Kuhn, teen and interpretive programs coordinator at the museum.

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