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Home News and Notifications New Boxing Program in Watts Seeks to Show At-risk Kids a Different Path
New Boxing Program in Watts Seeks to Show At-risk Kids a Different Path
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12/01/2019

Evana Catalan said bullies had been picking on her for a while at school, but the 9-year-old couldn’t do anything about it.

Her classmates, she said, would make fun of her for her nice demeanor and because she didn’t know how to fight. She felt sad and frustrated but couldn’t channel those feelings because she didn’t know what to do.

Then, on a Friday afternoon when she came home from school, things changed.

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