SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – In Santa Fe, young women from Israel and Palestine are at a peace-building camp.
Community members create art alongside peacemakers from Israel and Palestine, as well as award-winning chalk artist Mark Wagner. The project targeted turning the walkways of the Santa Fe Rail Yard into a vibrant message of peace and hope.
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Participants are halfway through the camp, which is an art-based program that explores therapeutic and creative art.
The camp is a part of the “Tomorrow’s Women” young leadership program.
It pushes young women to become community leaders through social justice work.