Still I Rise

Still I Rise

Still I Rise

Still I Rise

Still I Rise

Still I Rise

Still I Rise

Still I Rise

Still I Rise

Still I Rise

Still I Rise

Still I Rise

Still I Rise

Still I Rise

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Still I Rise

Hope Murals recruits the talents of visual artist Alejandra Estefania to work with the small population of incarcerated girls at the Miami-Dade Juvenile Detention Center for the month of May creating the mural titled: "Still I Rise" honoring the great Maya Angelou. As our featured artist, she talks about her experience with the Hope Murals program and the impact it had.
Artist:Alejandra Estefania
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