Bishop Walsh School kindergarten student John Pacsuta, left, learns a self-defense move from American Martial Arts Academy instructor Dylan Kamauf, center, and Memphis Belt, karate class student, during a Literature in Motion program Wednesday. The goal of the program is to instill confidence and to promote self expression among elementary and middle school students at Bishop Walsh.
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