Just before the COVID pandemic began, each student at the West Somerville Neighborhood School made an identity circle that would become part of a school-wide diversity installation. Each circle, made out of scrap fabric and fabric samples, had three rings, the inner circle is the person’s favorite color. The second represents something about them now, and the outer ring represents something that they hope for the future. All of the circles were sewn into chains and hung in the school’s main entry.


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August 14, 2021