State of Our Schools: Bronx school creates mural made from cutouts of their hands for Ukraine

Support for the people of Ukraine has come from all over New York City since the start of Russia’s invasion. On Monday, it came from kids across New York State, more specifically in the Bronx.

News 12 Staff

Mar 29, 2022, 12:57 AM

Updated 819 days ago

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Support for the people of Ukraine has come from all over New York City since the start of Russia’s invasion. On Monday, it came from kids across New York State, more specifically in the Bronx. 
Kevin Corraj, an eighth-grader at St. Brendan School, proposed an idea for students at his school to create a mural made from cutouts of their hands, with messages of support for the Ukrainian peoples–especially children. 
“I saw all the horrendous things happening, I knew I wanted to do something, I didn't have the money to donate myself but I knew that Catholic Schools, their main value is to be servants to your community,” said Corraj. 
News 12’s Dan Serafind details more on how It’s part of a larger effort by the New York Archdiocese. 


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