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Mexican Immigrant Daughter Wins International Art Honor Representing the U.S. for Her Vision of Peace, the "Liberty to Move Freely"

While international relations remains a top agenda item for political leaders and threats to our global stability continue to trouble the minds of people worldwide, children from around the globe are teaching us about world peace through the Lions International art contest being showcased in at the WTC Transportation Hub Oculus Plaza and the UN March 3-4.

Hispanic-American Karen Mendoza, whose parents and sister immigrated from Mexico to Reading, PA, is one of the top winners for her paint

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