Japanese students, Seattle Police, and community volunteers embark on graffiti project

Matsuyama Island Japanese students participate in graffiti project (Photo by SPD Photo Lab Staff)

On Wed., Aug. 1, 2012, 16 Japanese students from Matsuyama Island, eight Seattle community volunteers, and a team of Seattle Police offi cers participated in a coordinated effort to paint over graffiti in Little Saigon.

The Japanese students visited Seattle with goals to learn more about America and to foster cross-cultural relationships.

The project was coordinated by Nhi Tran from Seattle Neighborhood Group and officer Chris Brownlee from the East Precinct Community Police Team. (end)

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