Plaza Roberto Maestas After School Program Goes to DC!

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In partnership with King County Public Health, students of Plaza Roberto Maestas After School program presented at the annual Youth Summit at the National Council of La Raza in Washington, D.C.
Our students focused on the legalization of Marijuana in Washington state. They addressed teen health and school-to-prison pipeline by creating drug prevention short films. Their effort and dedication was recognized by the National Council of la Raza and schools from across the country! Their experience inspired them to continue serving their community, but most importantly empower them to speak their voice.