Adam Mazo, a 1998 graduate of Riverview High School, is leading a national video campaign as part of the Boston-based Coexist documentary project.
The mission of the project is to is to build social and emotional skills in young people to increase appreciation for difference and reduce tolerance for violence in all forms.
American Public Television has selected Coexist for distribution to public television stations across the country.
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