Cornelia Li for NPR

Cornelia Li's newest collaboration with NPR illustrates Bill Zeeble's article focusing on the huge struggle to support homeless students.

The Dallas school district has introduced drop-in centres to offer necessities such as food, toiletries, clothing and counselling resources for young people. It is outstanding that they estimate there is up to 3,600 homeless youths in just this district. Cornelia's colourful and textured illustration is a bright accompaniment which offers some hope and positivity as these young people look towards their equally bright future. Frequently illustrating a variety of people and faces, Cornelia's palette always reflects a modern and diverse society. 

Looking for a relevant, inclusive illustrator buzzing with vibrancy? You can check out more of Cornelia's work, including her previous collaborations with NPR, here

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Cornelia Li