In the cool morning shade at Hemisfair’s Yanaguana Garden, 3-year-old Mila Moreno sat with her family among other toddlers and youngsters for the sights and sounds adventure called Story Time.
Mila was happy to be back in the open-air plaza with her parents, Jenna and Matt, and relatives for the reading of “Sulwe”, written by actress Lupita Nyong’o. Over 40 parents and children gathered in the garden to hear the story of a little black girl struggling with self-esteem and colorism.
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