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Teens Create Positive Graffiti to Counter Hate

From Arizona Jewish News:

The CTeen club at Chabad of the East Valley, Arizona, kicked off a new year of events by sending a meaningful message to the Jewish community.

Spurred by recent anti-Semitic vandalism in the Valley, the teens decided to make some graffiti of their own — graffiti full of inspiring messages, said Rabbi Tzvi Rimler, youth director of Chabad of the East Valley.

“Our teens enjoyed getting to work spray-painting the board up and down with their names and favorite symbols, and when it was all done, our local professional artist finished it off with the inscription ‘make every moment count’ in beautiful graffiti,” Rimler said.

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