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A Lil Positivity: Harlem Lacrosse Has Helped Over 450 Kids And Raised $15 Million In Scholarships

Harlem Lacrosse Is Changing The Lives Of Inner City Youth A Harlem sports group is doing more than just showing kids how to score on the field. Founded in 2008 at Harlem’s Frederick Douglass Academy, Harlem Lacrosse has helped child...
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