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In the Media | 10.08.18

Adler Student Organizes Art Exhibit Celebrating Diversity

An Adler University student helped organize an art exhibit celebrating diversity at the St. Charles Public Library in suburban Chicago.

Laura Esposito, a Clinical Mental Health Counseling student, worked on the exhibit as part of her Social Justice Practicum with do-over.me, a career coaching center for unemployed and underemployed adults. Using photography and stories, the exhibit depicts people who are often marginalized in the community.

Read the Kane County Chronicle story about the exhibit, “New St. Charles Library exhibit shows diversity of Fox Valley.”

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