Odeya Liberty, a student in Raina Elsner's third grade class works on a mural the with help from the group Artists 4 Israel at the Lerner School in Durham, N.C. Friday, June 3, 2016. A team of non-Jewish graffiti artists actively and proudly support the state of Israel and visited the Lerner School to partner with the school’s students in creating pro-Israel murals expressing their Zionism and hope for peace.
Odeya Liberty, a student in Raina Elsner's third grade class works on a mural the with help from the group Artists 4 Israel at the Lerner School in Durham, N.C. Friday, June 3, 2016. A team of non-Jewish graffiti artists actively and proudly support the state of Israel and visited the Lerner School to partner with the school’s students in creating pro-Israel murals expressing their Zionism and hope for peace. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
Odeya Liberty, a student in Raina Elsner's third grade class works on a mural the with help from the group Artists 4 Israel at the Lerner School in Durham, N.C. Friday, June 3, 2016. A team of non-Jewish graffiti artists actively and proudly support the state of Israel and visited the Lerner School to partner with the school’s students in creating pro-Israel murals expressing their Zionism and hope for peace. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

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