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    Helping Troubled Teens Heal Through Filmmakingi
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    August 15, 2014 9:47 AM
    Writing a song, painting a picture, or acting on stage is not only fun but can also be therapeutic for a person who is coping with a painful past. Producer Deyane Moses is in southern Los Angeles where a non-profit organization is helping troubled teens heal through filmmaking.

    Helping Troubled Teens Heal Through Filmmaking

    Published August 15, 2014

    Writing a song, painting a picture, or acting on stage is not only fun but can also be therapeutic for a person who is coping with a painful past. Producer Deyane Moses is in southern Los Angeles where a non-profit organization is helping troubled teens heal through filmmaking.


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