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RockCorps, Helping Clean Up Compton

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RockCorps, Helping Clean Up Compton

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RockCorps, Helping Clean Up Compton

RockCorps, Helping Clean Up Compton

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RockCorps volunteers Cordy Williams (left), 21, and Sheila Hood, 21. Taylor Chapulin-Orci hide caption

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RockCorps volunteers Cordy Williams (left), 21, and Sheila Hood, 21.

Taylor Chapulin-Orci

An innovative organization is trying to get young people involved in community projects, such as a recent effort to remove trash from Compton Creek in the Los Angeles area. RockCorps uses music to help keep participants interested.

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