Alfred University students teach kids to solve problems through creativity

Students from Alfred University spent their spring break using special alter egos to spread a positive message. The Art Force Five is a team of

The Art Force Five is a team of “superheroes” from the university’s Drawn To Diversity program.

The Art Force Five is a team of “superheroes” from the university’s Drawn To Diversity program. (3/15/14)

THE BRONX - Students from Alfred University spent their spring break using special alter egos to spread a positive message.

The Art Force Five is a team of “superheroes” from the university’s Drawn To Diversity program. The team teaches kids to solve problems through creative, non-violent means.

The team is currently touring the Bronx and working with kids to show them that they don’t have to resort to fighting or running away when it comes to solving problems.

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