Special needs students unveil jobs mural in Wakefield

A group of Bronx special needs students unveiled a new mural Tuesday that was two years in the making. The P721X kids have worked on

THE BRONX - A group of Bronx special needs students unveiled a new mural Tuesday that was two years in the making.

The P721X kids have worked on the jobs-themed mural once a week at AHRC in Wakefield, which trains people with developmental and intellectual disabilities for employment.

AHRC officials say they're already looking for their next empty wall so students can start another project during the next school year.

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