Breaking the Cycle, One Young Person at a Time

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Photos by Justin Saglio

UTEC street worker Johnny Chheng (left) hugs Miguel Vasquez at Vasquez’s home in Lowell, Massachusetts. Vasquez participates in mentorship with UTEC’s street team.

Jamel Bonilla was 17 when he took part in an armed robbery. He was convicted of a felony and served 18 months in Massachusetts’ Middleton House of Corrections . . .

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