Student's Art Drawing at MLK Library

A Williams Magnet School 5th grade student had his drawing of God on display for three months at the Martin Luther King Junior Library in Washington D.C.   Xavier Benham’s drawing represented the state of Kansas at the library.  Recently he learned that his drawing and the others on display at the library were purchased by CVS, the national pharmacy chain, and will be on permanent display at the company’s headquarters in Rhode Island.  Xavier and his classmates also had their art work on display at the Brown v Board National Historic Site.  The art work was part of the Ray of Hope art project.

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