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Facilities for at-risk youth are heavily enclosed, but often big and sprawling. As such, they’ve got peculiar acoustics, simultaneously loud (echoing voices, the reverberation of slamming doors) and intensely quiet, with long, silent stretches of hallways. It’s dissonant, and it can make the body feel cold.
At one South Florida facility for young men, though, there’s a room that’s warm and bright. It’s colored by murals, dotted with framed paintings, well-stocked bookshelves in each corner. There’s a speaker playing John Coltrane and Erykah Badu; teens in the facility spend an → READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE & LEARN MORE HERE
Source:: The Creators Project