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New Chinatown Mural Aims To Get People Back To Work

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The "How We Fish" mural was unveiled Tuesday in the Chinatown neighborhood of Philadelphia. The "How We Fish" mural was unveiled Tuesday in the Chinatown neighborhood of Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA -

A new mural unveiled in the Chinatown neighborhood of Philadelphia Tuesday aims to get people back to work.

Mayor Michael Nutter and members of the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program unveiled the new mural, named "How We Fish."

The mural is meant to serve as a catalyst for meaningful dialogue about workforce development and job creation, members of the project said.

Organizers say the mural is the culmination of the two-year "How We Fish" project, which was made possible by a $200,000 grant from the Citizens Bank Foundation.

You can learn more about the project on the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program website.

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