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Puerto Rican author living dreams as children's author, community organizer

A community organizer is using her talents support children in Durham. Whether she's sharing her books or organizing events in Durham's Latino community, Rosalie Bocelli-Hernandez is living out her dreams. Bocelli-Hernandez's impact began when she published six children's books focused on creating self-esteem. In addition to writing, the Puerto Rican author also works for Durham Parks and Recreation as a community liaison to support residents.

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Leslie Moreno
, WRAL reporter
DURHAM, N.C. — A community organizer is using her talents support children in Durham. Whether she’s sharing her books or organizing events in Durham’s Latino community, Rosalie Bocelli-Hernandez is living out her dreams. Bocelli-Hernandez’s impact began when she published six children’s books focused on creating self-esteem. In addition to writing, the Puerto Rican author also works for Durham Parks and Recreation as a community liaison to support residents.

Compartiendo sus libros, y organizando eventos en la comunidad de Durham, Rosalie Bocelli-Hernandez esta viviendo sus sueños. Su impacto comenzo cuando publico seis libros de niños con enfoco en autoestima. Aparte de escribir tambien trabaja para los parques de Durham ayundo a los residentes.

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