Lead SA: RLabs celebrates stories of HOPE

Reconstructed Living Lab (RLabs) will be hosting an exhibition and festival to celebrate stories of HOPE that will be represented in various art forms.

The event aims to bring together communities from all walks of life to celebrate the seven years that RLabs has been inspiring young people.

RLabs offers young people access to learning opportunities and give them hope for a better tomorrow.

According to RLabs founder Marlon Parker, RLabs will be giving away scholarships to a number of young people who just matriculated.

Listen to the full conversation below:


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