Youth Belong at DPL Youth Voice Interest Form We are looking to connect with youth (13-18 years old) who have been banned from or asked to leave a DPL location or event, who use the library frequently, who have never used the library and all the experiences in between.
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Youth Belong at DPL Youth Voice Interest Form
We are looking to connect with youth (13-18 years old) who have been banned from or asked to leave a DPL location or event, who use the library frequently, who have never used the library and all the experiences in between. Conversations will take place on a weekday evening between late October and mid-November. Each conversation will run approximately 90 minutes. Dinner and a $50 gift card will be provided for each participant.
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