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Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Indonesia’s 67 million youth are vulnerable to the same intolerance that threatens the nation’s democracy and undermines development. To address the scars left by bullying and racism, a group of students in the City of Makassar and Gowa Regency have found liberation through the process of creating art.

USAID provides Indonesian youth with positive outlets for self-expression by supporting local organizations to implement art and culture projects, helping students gain a greater understanding of tolerance and respect.

Explore the students’ beautiful artworks and listen to their heartfelt testimonies in this video.

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