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Inter(play)connectivity

Inter(play)connectivity aims to turn P.S. 64 into a place in which play and peer to peer education is at the forefront. Play is the most integral, nondiscriminatory activity that the youth can be involved In. Interjecting a volume focused around both individual and group activities gives children the opportunity to learn from one another in terms of mentorship and learn the lessons and hardships other people go through in an urban setting, therefore influencing their view of the world.