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D3@PSP: Nearing the finish line

In light of the tragic events in Boston on Monday, our teens spent a fair amount of time reflecting on injustices this week. This conversation flourished into personal stories that seemed to fit right into the session’s therapeutic atmosphere. As we folded cranes and played our games, teens shared stories about their families, injustices in […]

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D3@PSP Makes Friends!

We are in our second full week of making our 200+ origami cranes and we are finding more ways to spice up these long and tedious sessions. We are continuing to rotate teens into the DJ position throughout the session and have seen a lot of progress with this new system. Teens are willing to […]

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D3@PSP narrows down

  After a huge turnover this last month, D3 has yet again bounced back with new faces and solid attendance! With an average of 4 teens per session this week, we continued to work on what we want our installation to look like.We started off the sessions with simple games of Pictionary to get the […]

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PSP’s first (Brain)storm!

Minneapolis got a foot of snow this week and with the storm came new faces! We had a handful of new teens move in and had solid numbers of 4-5 kids each session. We also had a recurring teen who walked through the D3 process for the new kids and explained each step, impressive! With […]

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Navigating Week 2 @ PSP

This week, D3 provided us with lots of successes but not without a few things to work on. It felt great to get another week of D3 under our belt, especially our first week on our own (sans Kim and Danny!). But we also faced the all-too-real effects of the extremely mobile teen population here […]

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D3 lands in Minneapolis!

  To quickly introduce, we are Emily and Beau, the new design interns for D3 at People Serving People! We’re so excited to be a part of the larger D3 family and facilitators for D3 at PSP, an organization we already feel really connected to. Emily (blonde) has a degree in graphic design, background in […]

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